Maloney collection of Irish historical papers 1857-1965 1913-1922

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Maloney collection of Irish historical papers, 1857-1965, 1913-1922

Maloney collection of Irish historical papers 1857-1965 1913-1922

William J. Maloney was a neurologist and a member of the Irish independence movement in the United States. The Maloney Collection of Irish Historical Papers contains material relating to the history of Ireland from the beginning of the Fenian movement to the proclamation of the Irish Republic. The collection includes papers by and about Sir Roger Casement, 1882-1965, reflecting his activities in the United States as a spokesman for Irish independence, and in Germany as a fundraiser for the Irish Volunteers and organizer of the Irish Brigade; papers of Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa, 1898-1937, relating to the history of the Irish Revolutionary Brotherhood and the Fenian Brotherhood; papers of Joseph McGarrity, 1911-1937, relating to the Irish Republican Movement in the United States; papers of Patrick McCartan, 1914-1949, including reports on conditions in Ireland after the Easter Rising in 1916 and copies of reports as envoy of the Provisional Government of Ireland to the Soviet Union; letters to David James O'Donoghue, 1888-1905, regarding his writing; records of the Joint Committee on the Immigration Act of 1924; correspondence of the Friends of Irish Freedom, 1919-1922, relative to the Irish bond certificate campaign; papers of William J. Maloney relating to Sir Roger Casement, the Irish Volunteer movement, and Irish-American relations. The collection also includes numerous pamphlets, booklets, periodicals and press releases.

4.51 linear feet (11 boxes, 2 volumes, 4 oversize folders)

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