File 5 - Pro-Home Rule postcard featuring images of John Redmond and other notable Irish and British political figures.

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IE DCUA C2/1/3/5

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Pro-Home Rule postcard featuring images of John Redmond and other notable Irish and British political figures.

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  • [?1915] (Creation)

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(1881-1954)

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(1951-)

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Two copies of postcard featuring a photograph of John Redmond surrounded by a garland and two shamrocks on a green background. Above the image is printed 'Éire Saor' [Free Ireland] and below the images is written 'home rule', and also two verses in Irish entitled 'Curaí'. A tab enables one to raise the image of Redmond off the card allowing a folded strip of six photographs to drop down. The strip includes photographs of following: William E Gladstone, Charles Stewart Parnell, HH Asquith, the 'Old Irish Parliament' [Parliament Building, College Green], Joseph Devlin and John Dillon. Beneath the portraits are three verses of ‘A Nation Once Again’. Postcard printed by Valentine & Sons Limited, Dundee.

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