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American Irish Pioneers Foundation records

 Collection — Container: MS 1881 A
Call Number: MS 1881A
Scope and Contents The letters in this collection, written by clergymen, citizens, and officials, are addressed to Mary Cavanagh, a representative of the Committee of Catholic Irish-Americans, who was sent to Dublin in 1929 to learn about the socioeconomic conditions in the city and to report on the prospects of establishing a neighborhood house there. The letters describe the need for social services and the project's approval.
Dates: 1928-1933

MacSwiney Club records

 Collection — Container: MS 1881B
Call Number: MS 1881B
Scope and Contents The records spans the years 1921-1924 and includes correspondence, clippings, announcements, financial records, and other materials. The letters in this collection are addressed to the officers of the MacSwiney Club of Massachusetts in response to the club’s advertisement in the August 19, 1922 issue of Irish World, calling for support of the Irish Republic and its conflict with the British.
Dates: 1921-1924

Mary Boyle O’Reilly Papers

 Collection — Container: MS Acc 624
Call Number: MS Acc 624
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence sent to Mary Boyle O’Reilly from national and international political figures, publishers, fellow journalists and authors, including Laura Elizabeth Howe, Sir Thomas Johnstone Lipton, George Bernard Shaw, Frances Parker and Margaret MacGill. O’Reilly also frequently wrote to foreign relation officials, such as Henry Cabot Lodge, chairman of United States Senate Foreign Relations Committee, who explained why American should avoid participating in the...
Dates: 1879-1937; 1910-1930