Galleries - National Library of Ireland
Thomas MacDonagh's membership card for The Irish Volunteers. MS 44,337/1/1
Ruins of the Public Office of the GPO after the Rising, from the JW O'Neill Album. O'Neill was the Assistant Engineer at the GPO, and these photographs were taken shortly after the surrender of the Volunteers. ALB107
Eamonn Ceannt's last letter to his wife, 8 May 1916. MS 13,069/9/3
Letter from Lady Alice Wimborne, wife of the Lord Lieutenant, describing the events of Easter Week: "It has calmed down now but it's been a terrible time. One more awful tragedy in this beloved land". MS 49,809/2
Eamon De Valera at his courtmartial, 1916, Dublin in Richmond Barracks. NPA DEV30
Handbill issued during Easter 1916, giving instructions on the procedures for dealing with dead bodies in the street. EPH C613
Draft, signed by Patrick Pearse, of the decision by the Republican forces to enter negotiations with the British, written on cardboard picture-mount, and found in 16 Moore St., Dublin.
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