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Patrick Hawe 29 Aug 17
The Little Branch caricatured by V.L. O'Connor.
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Aine 🐝🐞🌻🌳 15 May 16
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Musha herself Jun 27
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david whelan 26 Aug 16
was a Statesman, truly a man for all seasons.
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UCD Press 25 Jun 18
Brian Murphy, author of Forgotten Patriot, recounts Douglas Hyde's ascent to the first presidency
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Strata3 26 Oct 17
Gorgeous work at the Abbas Akhavan exhibition in the Gallery
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Erskine Childers Oct 12
Liam with of speaking to the importance of the Irish language in New York. Foundation.
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Donnacha Maguire 10 Oct 16
So I had planned to go to the launch and buy this book on but I couldn't wait. Well done
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Jimmy Healy 19 Oct 16
Quite a crowd for the launch of by . Well done Brian
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Moira Nic an Bhaird May 15
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Irish World Heritage 1 Jan 15
On this day in 1926, Dr opened radio claiming it the 'beginning of a new era'
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HYDE WHISKEY 4 Oct 16
WINNER ALRIGHT: This weeks DOUGLAS HYDE book winners are....Drum Roll.... and Please DM your address?
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Moira Nic an Bhaird 19 Jun 18
Excellent papers today by @Fee_Tobes on our one and only Douglas Hyde.
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HYDE WHISKEY 3 Jan 17
DOUGLAS HYDE was inaugurated as the first President of Ireland on 26 June 1938, in the nations first inaugural ceremony.
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Tom Rooney 18 May 17
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HYDE WHISKEY 5 Oct 16
Winging it way to this weeks winners.... and
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Sarah Ryder 7 Mar 16
Amazing archive on on RTE One now.
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Brian Murphy May 16
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NLW Archivist Jul 12
Douglas Hyde, first President of , died 1949. Letters discovered among the papers of Sir John RhΕ·s are featured in this blog from the archive
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The Little Museum of Dublin May 23
Wow! Congratulations to for the fantastic discovery: three 16mm films of St. Columba's College dating to the 1930s, including footage of visits by and 's first President , found in an attic! Check them out here:
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