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Scrap album for events in aid of the Columban Hall, Galway

Green scrapbook which documents events in aid of and at the Columban Hall, Sea Road, Galway. Includes inserts relating to advertisements for plays, concerts, lectures, fancy carnivals, newspaper clippings of reviews of such events and applications for entertainment tax exemptions. The scrapbook is arranged chronologically from 1934 to 1960 and contains programmes for the Columban Dramatic Society, Columban Players, Columban Hall Entertainments Committee and Coláiste Iognáid Drama Group. Includes performances such as lecture on: ‘A century of shipbuilding’ Fr. Frank Browne S.J.; ‘The Singer, by P. H Pearse’ (1934); Penny Dinner’s Benefit, Andrew McMaster in ’Under the Red Robe’ (1934); lantern lectures on Irish Jesuits in China, by Fr Patrick Grogan SJ and ‘Fr. Willie Doyle S.J.’ by Fr Frank Browne SJ; ‘The Rising of the Moon’ by Lady Gregory (1941); ‘Sinbad and the Sailor’ (1945); ‘The Baron’s Daughter’ (1948), ‘The Sleeping Beauty’(1952); ‘A Louer Meuble’ (1960).

Scrapbook belonging to Brother William Glanville SJ

Scrapbook belonging to Brother William Glanville SJ. Includes postcards to Brother Glanville, newspaper cuttings, Clongowes Wood College sesquicentenary and photographs (Loughrea Parish Church 1886, Jesuit brothers and Clongowes Wood College ).

Scrapbook belonging to Fr William Gleeson SJ

  • IE IJA J/166/2
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  • 2 October 1884 - March 1896
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

Scrapbook belonging to Fr William Gleeson SJ containing poetry, observations on the weather at Milltown Park (1884-[1886]; 1892-1896), the comings and goings at Clongowes Wood College (1887-1892) and general notes. Transcribes letters written and articles from 'The Month'.

Scrapbook belonging to Rev. Major Henry Gill SJ

Scrapbook belonging to Rev. Major Henry Gill SJ. Includes letters from the War Office and memorabilia relating to his tasks as chaplain to the 2nd Royal Irish Rifles.

Gill, Henry V, 1872-1945, Jesuit priest, scientist and chaplain