Mss.31.4a and Mss.31.4b Postcard: ‘The Dead Fenian Chief’
Postcard displays a black and white photograph of John Daly Mayor of Limerick 1899, 1900 and 1901. Caption reads, ‘The Dead Fenian Chief’ John Daily. The back of postcard remains blank.
Mss.31.6a and Mss.31.6b Postcard: Ireland One and Undivided – Undated
Postcard showing the map of Ireland in green with a small section to the North-East of the Island coloured red. Text reads, ‘Ireland- One and Undivided. Puzzle- Find “Ulster” “Ulster’ coloured red. “Shall Ulster coerce Ireland? Omitting Lurgan, Portadown, Coleraine, Limivady, Belfast and its environment, no County in Ireland has a Unionist majority!” The back of postcard remains blank.
Mss.31.7a and Mss.31.7b Postcard: Up Plunkett! – Undated
Front of postcard showing a cartoon drawing of a peace conference with the caption ‘Up Plunkett!’ Back of postcard remains blank.
Mss.31.43a and Mss.31.43b Postcard: West Belfast U.V.F Special Service Corps – Date Unknown.
A black and white photograph of the West Belfast Special Service Corps carrying Mauser Rifles at review 6th June 1914. There are two women standing in front of the Special Service Corps. At the bottom of the postcard the text explains that the Special Service Corps are ‘described by Edward Carson as some of the cargo of the Mountjoy.’ Back of postcard remains blank.
Mss.31.45a and Mss.31.45b Postcard: Parnell Statue, O’Connell Street, Dublin – 1 November 1915
A coloured image of people huddled around the bottom of the Parnell statue on O’Connell Street in Dublin. Postcard addressed to O’Caománagh, 17 Alexandra Pl, Derry Co. Derry. ‘All well here, rotten weather. Seamy x’