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Walsh, Frank P., 1864-1939 National Library of Ireland

Walsh, Frank P. Library of Congress/NACO ISNI

Frank P. Walsh American activist Wikidata

Walsh, Frank P. (Frank Patrick), 1864-1939 National Library of Australia

VIAF ID: 70485859 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0000  6668  520X 

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[Copies of two cablegrams with identical message sent to Viscount French, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and Ian McPherson, Chief Secretary National Library of Ireland
Correspondence relating to sale in United States of bond certificates of the Republic of Ireland National Library of Ireland
Documents and correspondence relating to Terence MacSwiney (part of documents relating to the Committee of One Hundred for Investigation of Atrocities in Ireland) National Library of Ireland
Draft copies of a letter sent to President Woodrow Wilson by Frank P. Walsh relating to the hunger strike of Terence MacSwiney in Brixton prison, with copy of ancillary note to Mary MacSwiney regarding same by Patrick McCartan National Library of Ireland
Efficiency systems and labor. Library of Congress/NACO
First Loan of the Elected Government of the Republic of Ireland. National Library of Ireland
Frank P. Walsh and the Irish question, 1989: Library of Congress/NACO
In the matter of the application of Thomas J. Mooney, for a writ of habeas corpus. Abstract of record. Frank P. Walsh, John F. Finerty, George T. Davis, attorneys for petitioner. Library of Congress/NACO
Industrial relations. Library of Congress/NACO
Ireland through American eyes : an address by Walter Edgerton Holloway, delivered in Ashland Auditorium, Chicago, Illinois, December 12, 1920. National Library of Ireland
Letter from Frank P. Walsh and Edward F. Dunne to the American Commission to Negotiate Peace, enclosing a letter, forwarded to David Lloyd George, relating to the case of Countess Markievicz's imprisonment and urging them to help secure her release, with enclosed letter National Library of Ireland
Letter from Frank P. Walsh to Eugene F. Kinkhead [Kinkaid] enclosing a cheque (not included), for 500 dollars for his "share in paying off the mortgage for Mrs. [Margaret] Pearse" National Library of Ireland
Letter from Frank P. Walsh to Joseph C. Grew stating his objects in requesting an opportunity to appear before the American Commission to Negotiate Peace on behalf of Ireland, and renewing their request National Library of Ireland
Letter from Frank P. Walsh to Tasker H. Bliss enclosing a letter addressed to Woodrow Wilson, together with carbon copies of cablegrams transmitted to him therewith National Library of Ireland
Letter from Frank P. Walsh to Woodrow Wilson thanking him for arranging a personal interview to see them and asking when this interview might take place National Library of Ireland
Letter from Gilbert F. Close to Frank P. Walsh acknowledging the receipt of his letter from May 28 with the enclosed telegrams and to say that he is bringing them to the President's attention National Library of Ireland
Letter from Joseph C. Grew to Frank P. Walsh informing him that a copy of the Senate's resolution was forwarded to the President of the Peace Conference, Georges Benjamin Clemenceau, and that the matter now lies with him as the American Commission can not take any further steps in the premises National Library of Ireland
Letter from Robert Lansing to Frank P. Walsh informing him that the United States Government feels it is unwise to make any further efforts to secure safe conduct from Dublin to Paris for Éamon De Valera, Arthur Griffith and George Noble Plunkett, Count Plunkett, because of reports received of certain utterances made by him [Frank P. Walsh] and his colleagues on a visit to Ireland that offended the the British Government National Library of Ireland
[Letter to Mr. William Coote M.P. referring to his declaration that "Charges concerning the British Government in relation to Ireland as to brutality, domination and subjection, are false"] National Library of Ireland
Letters from Frank P. Walsh and Edward F. Dunne to various representatives of the United States Government enclosing a copy of a letter that they are sending to the President in reference to conditions existing in Ireland National Library of Ireland
Pamphlet advertising the foundation of the American Commission on Irish Independence with foreword by Frank P. Walsh, Chairman National Library of Ireland
Propectus of the first issue of bond certicates authorized by Dail Eireann National Library of Ireland
Statement of Honorable Frank P. Walsh. National Library of Ireland

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