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Typewritten newsletters entitled Scoil Iris and Scoil Iris II

Typewritten newsletters produced by pupils of Coláiste Iognáid, with the title ‘Scoil Iris’ and ‘Scoil Iris II’. Includes short pieces by members of the class, including Ivor Ó Fachtna, Liam Ó Dochartaigh on memories of the past year, class activities, sports and trip to Germany. Also contains poems, jokes and music reviews. In Irish.

Ó Fachtna, Ivor

University College Cork Students’ Hostel

Letters to the Irish Fr Provincial from Sir Bertram Windle, President of University College, Cork, concerning St Antony’s Hall, a hostel run by the Franciscan Fathers for students attending U.C.C.. The Franciscans wish to end their association with the hostel and the President proposes that the administration of the hostel be offered to the Society of Jesus. The Bishop of Cork didn't consent.

Windle, Sir, Bertram Alan Coghill, 1858-1929, scholar, anatomist, archaeologist, and university president

Value of the late Fr Gahan's property

Document drawn up by J. O'Shaughnessy estimating the value of the late Fr Gahan's property and the amount of money due, out of his estate, to the Jesuit Fathers in Ireland.

O'Shaughnessy, James

Various Irish poetry

Various Irish poetry.

McGrath, Michael P, 1872-1946, Jesuit priest and Irish language scholar

Various memoranda sent to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ

Various memoranda sent to the Irish Fr Provincial Thomas V. Nolan SJ. Includes lists of Irish Jesuit chaplains and their addresses; estimates for chaplain’s uniform; memoranda concerning the appeal for military chaplains serving at home and abroad and their origins and ‘Memorial to the Irish Hierarchy re Shortage of Catholic Chaplains.’ Includes:

  • remembrance card for the 2nd Battalion of Irish Guards, attending mission in Cologne, January 1919;
  • name card (O.H.M.S) for wounded man's kit, belonging to Lieut Sheil, No 2. Squadron, R.A.F. (Frac. skull);
  • carte postale depicting Fr Frank Browne and Irish soldiers at Loudres, France, 30 October 1918;
  • carte postale depicting Fr Jerome O'Mahony's altar, 23 September 1918;

Various photographs and telegram announcing Fr Willie Doyle’s death

Photograph of aid post with Fr John Gwynn SJ (c.1914) faded photograph of Fr Willie Doyle SJ; Jesuits at Portnoo (1910); telegram announcing Fr Willie Doyle’s death; letter between Rev. Mother, Sister Benedict of the Convent of Locre, Belgium and Fr William F. Browne C.C. (21-31 August 1917), Fr Frank Browne’s brother.

Various photographs of Frank Browne

Various photographs of Frank Browne:

  • as a teenager, posing with a bike [1894-1898] with caption on the reverse ‘The long expected photo from Col. J. !!!!’;
  • portrait photograph of Fr Frank Browne SJ by C. and L. Walsh, 55 Lower Mount Street, Dublin [1925-1945];
  • Fr Frank Browne SJ taken by Bertie, 1936;
  • Fr Frank Browne SJ atop a rock in County Wicklow, with caption, not by Fr Browne on reverse ([1930-1950]);
  • Frank Browne SJ by Richard Brenan SJ;
  • negatives of self- portrait of Fr Browne.

Browne, Francis M, 1880-1960, Jesuit priest, photographer and chaplain

Visitation of the Irish Province by Fr John J McMahon SJ to Irish Jesuit residences

File relating to the Visitation of the Irish Province by Fr John J McMahon SJ, from 10 January to 30 August 1962. Documents are arranged according to subject, with table of contents at front of file. Includes letters, reports and memoranda relating to:

  • Clongowes Wood College, County Kildare;
  • Loyola House, Eglinton Road, Dublin;
  • St Francis Xavier’s, Gardiner Street;
  • Belvedere College, Dublin;
  • St Ignatius House of Writers, Lower Leeson Street, Dublin;
  • Milltown Park, Dublin;
  • Catholic Worker’s College, Dublin;
  • Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin;
  • Manresa House, Dollymount, Dublin;
  • Gonzaga College, Dublin;
  • St Mary’s, Emo, County Laois;
  • St Ignatius’ College, Galway;
  • Sacred Heart College, Limerick;
  • Mungret College, Limerick;
  • Apostolic School, Mungret, Limerick;
  • St Stanislaus College Tullabeg, County Offaly;
  • the Irish Jesuit Mission Office, Dublin;
  • the Irish Messenger Office, Dublin ;
  • Canisius College, Northern Rhodesia.

Visiting priests at St Ignatius, Galway

Handwritten lined register of visiting priests to St Ignatius Church, Galway. Each entry has the following headings: date; name; address; position in diocese or religious institute. Includes an insert which forbids attendance by the clergy of plays in the 'Taibhdhearc', and by order of the Bishop Galway, ‘visiting priests refrain from smoking in public and from going bare headed in the streets of Galway, or on the promenade at Salthill’ (15 July 1957).

Volume entitled ‘O'Connell’s Letter 1833’ presented to ‘the Jesuit Fathers of St. Francis Xavier’s Upper Gardiner Street...'

Specially bound volume entitled ‘O'Connell’s Letter 1833’ presented to ‘the Jesuit Fathers of St. Francis Xavier’s Upper Gardiner Street For their Library. In grateful memory of much kindness received from them for nearly forty years’ from ‘W.L.' '. Includes colour poster of Daniel O'Connell (1775-1847) and O'Connell’s name and address (written in his own hand) attached to the frontispiece. Contains two letters:

4 April 1833
Letter from Daniel O'Connell, London to Richard Barrett, editor of the 'Pilot' newspaper, Suffolk Street, Dublin, to be published as an open letter to the people of Ireland. ‘This is the first of a series of Letters which I intend to publish on the present state and future prospects of our Country including the best suggestions I can give for regulating your conduct in the manner most calculated to mitigate the evils of the one and to insure the amelioration of the other.’ (Letter is divided into five envelopes, each containing nine pages. Franked 6 April 1833.) 45pp

Richard Barrett, editor of the Pilot was prosecuted by the government for having published on 8 April 1833, the last letter. He was tried and found guilty, imprisoned for six months and fined £100. During his imprisonment, O'Connell paid Barrett a total of £656, consisting of his £100 fine, £150 in American subscriptions and weekly sums amounting to £406.

18 February 1840
Private letter from Daniel O'Connell, 16 Pall Mall, London, to David R. Pigot, Solicitor General, concerning the Municipal Reform Bill. Letter published in full in Maurice R. O'Connell’s (ed.) 'The Correspondence of Daniel O'Connell, Vol. VI, 1837-1840' (Blackwater Dublin for the Irish Manuscripts Commission, 1977) p.308/9 (2687a), where the source is given as ‘Jesuit Fathers, Gardiner Street, Dublin.’

Volumes relating to the Irish College in Lisbon

Two volumes, one bound, relating to the Irish College in Lisbon. The volumes contain various papers bound together. The first volume relates to the foundation of the college (485ff). The second volume consists of six sections: Accounts of the college; Ordinances from Rome; Custom book of college life; Statutes and customs; Mass and Orders book; The narration of the imprisonment and expulsion of Fr Dionysius Charti. Note by Fr Francis Finegan SJ on provenance of volumes - that Fr Manuel Gonçalves da Costa SJ visited Milltown Park in 1948, consulted volumes which in custody of Fr John MacErlean SJ (1981), and translation by Fr Fergus O'Donoghue SJ (5 February 1987).

Whole school group of St Ignatius College, Galway

School group of St Ignatius College, Galway, 1911-1912, in five rows with Fr Henry Foley SJ, Fr John Egan SJ and Fr Andrew Macardle SJ, Rector, St Ignatius College, Galway. Taken outdoors by C.J. Leaper, Galway, with list of names

Leaper, C.J., photographer

Will and testament of Ignatius John English

Will and testament of Ignatius John English, 27 Bayview Avenue, North Strand in the county of Dublin in which he bequeaths property, goods and chalets, money and policy of insurance to his sister Mary Agnes English. Signed and sealed. Includes probate of will of Ignatius John English (deceased, 20 October 1885).

Will of Fr John Joseph Therry

A file relating to the will of Rev. John Joseph Therry. The Irish Jesuits are named as beneficiaries. He bequeathed the management of his entire property in Australia to the Irish Jesuits for religious, charitable and educational purposes.

Therry, John Joseph, 1790-1864, Roman Catholic priest

Will of Vincent Bede Shiel, Catholic priest

Will of Vincent Bede Shiel, Catholic priest, late of No. 14 Oxford Street, Rozelle, Sydeny, Australia, but now residing in Dublin (1942), found in the papers of Fr Leonard Sheil SJ. Connection unknown 'Left by L Sheil nothing to do with house property P Kenny SJ, however, the will is witnessed by Fr Kevin O'Sullivan SJ and Fr Pádraic Ó Brolcháin SJ, Milltown Park, Dublin.

Wish by Baghdad College, Iraq to move the body of Fr Jeremiah Austin Hartigan SJ

  • IE IJA J/177/1
  • File
  • 1916; 14 - 21 June 1953
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

File relating to the wish by Baghdad College, Iraq to move the body of Fr Jeremiah Austin Hartigan SJ from the war cemetery at Amara, to their own cemetery in the college grounds. Information from the Commonwealth War Grave Commission suggests this never happened. Includes birth certificate for Jeremiah Austin Hartigan.

Work of Fr Harold E Craig SJ in China and India

  • IE IJA J/106/1
  • File
  • 4 November 1933 - 31 December 1946
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

File relating to the work of Fr Harold E Craig SJ in China and India. Includes correspondence concerning difficulties with Fr Craig in both missions and his recall to Ireland.

Works in progress by various Irish Jesuits on the 'Fourth Centenary of the Foundation of the Society of Jesus'

Documents, mainly letters to Irish Fr Provincial reporting on works in progress by various Jesuits, to be published during the fourth centenary year of the foundation of the Society. Includes letters from Frs John Ryan, Timothy Mulcahy, Charles Scantlebury, Henry Gill, Joseph Canavan, Michael McGrath, Patrick Gannon, Stephen Brown, Arthur Little, John MacErlean, Edward Coyne (See also ADMN/3/37; 39; 42; 57), Timothy Corcoran, Aubrey Gwynn and Seán Ó Catháin. Also includes lists of titles and authors and a memorandum on historical publications of the Irish Province by Fr Aubrey Gwynn SJ (See also ADMN/3/18; 37; 40).

Zambian Mission

Since the formation of the Irish Province in 1860, Irish Jesuits have undertaken three main overseas missions (Australia, Hong Kong and Zambia). More than 120 Irish Jesuits have worked in Zambia. The Vice-Province of Zambia was formed in 1969 and the Province of Zambia and Malawi was established in 1992. The Irish Jesuits' work in Zambia is complemented by other Jesuit Provinces such as: Canada; Croatia; Oregon; Poland and Slovenia. The papers of the Zambian Mission chronicle the life and work of Irish Jesuits since their arrival, in what was then Northern Rhodesia, in 1946. The files of correspondence between Irish Jesuits working in Zambia and their Irish Provincials in Dublin illustrate the areas of work that they laboured in: parish work, education and development. Geographically, this took place in the southern part of the country and in the capital, Lusaka. The impact of the Irish presence is seen especially in Canisius High School and Charles Lwanga College of Education in Chikuni, the parishes in the Monze Diocese, and development projects around the diocese.

Irish Vice-Province of the Society of Jesus, 1830-

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