Ernie O'Malley Papers Bulk, 1920-1957 1643-2010; bulk 1920-1957

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Ernie O'Malley Papers, Bulk, 1920-1957, 1643-2010; bulk 1920-1957

Ernie O'Malley Papers Bulk, 1920-1957 1643-2010; bulk 1920-1957

Ernie O'Malley was an Irish Republican Army officer during the Irish War of Independence of 1919-1921 and a senior commander of the anti-treaty IRA during the Irish Civil War, 1922-1923. During the course of the war he was wounded, captured, and participated in a hunger strike. After the war he traveled in Europe and in the United States to raise funds for the Irish Press. O’Malley was a man of diverse intellectual and artistic interests, which led him to live in New Mexico and New York and travel in Mexico. He was married to American artist Helen Hooker in 1935, the two moved to Ireland, divorcing in 1952. O'Malley died in 1957. The collection contains manuscript works of Ernie O'Malley and other individuals; correspondence, both personal and business-related; finacial and legal records; materials concerning art and art-collecting; and nationalist material including military training manuals, diaries, clippings, and financial and legal material. Of special interest are drafts and publicity related to several of O'Malley's works including , (published in the United States as ), , and several poems. Of note is correspondence between O'Malley and the artist Jack B. Yeats. Additional series contain materials collected by O'Malley and his son Cormac O'Malley. On Another Man's Wound The Singing Flame Army without Banners Raids and Rallies

40.5 linear feet; in 29 record cartons, 1 manuscript box, and 12 oversize flat boxes.

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