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Johnson, Thomas, 1872-1963 National Library of Australia Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland

Johnson, Thomas, 19..-...., écrivain Sudoc [ABES], France

Johnson, Thomas Vatican Library

Thomas Johnson Irish nationalist politician, trade unionist and leader of the Irish Labour Party Wikidata

Johnson, Thomas (Irish politician) ISNI

VIAF ID: 45625992 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0000  6300  3912 

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Authograph book signed by prominent Labour party members including Thomas Ryder Johnson and William Norton National Library of Ireland
Constitution and rules adopted by First National Congress : held in Dublin 26th and 27th Sept., 1931 National Library of Ireland
Food supplies : foods and dietetics National Library of Ireland
The future of labour in Ireland Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
General election. September, 1927. County Dublin constituency. For peace and work [Electoral programme of the Labour candidate] National Library of Ireland
A handbook for rebels. Vatican Library Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
Irish labour and its international relations in the era of Second International and the Bolshevik Revolution Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
IV. Documentation relating to the Provisional Government National Library of Ireland
Letter from Thomas Johnson to his son Fred giving an account of the political situation in Ireland National Library of Ireland
Letter from Thomas Johnson to Mrs [Áine] Ceannt informing her of his plans to holiday in Howth and wishing her good weather for hers National Library of Ireland
Letter from Wilson Graham to the Mansion House Labour representatives, refusing their request to condemn the consciption of Irish men National Library of Ireland
Letters from Seán T Ó Ceallaigh and Michael Collins, and papers concerning Cathal Brugha National Library of Ireland
Letters, papers and newscuttings concerning Thomas Johnson National Library of Ireland
Letters to James Connolly from Tom Johnson, Marie Johnson, Conal O'Riordan and Francis Sheehy-Skeffington National Library of Ireland
Lohnarbeit und Kapital. National Library of Ireland
Moi, Christophe Rocancourt, orphelin, play-boy, et taulard / Christophe Rocancourt ; avec la collab. de Thomas Johnson et de Marc Sich, 2003 Sudoc [ABES], France
Note relating to land annuities and the economic position of the farmers by Thomas Johnson, 9th Oct. National Library of Ireland
An outline of the political, social and economic policy of Fine Gael (United Ireland) : (opening address delivered at first Annual Ard-Fheis of Fine Gael in the Mansion House, Dublin, February 8th, 1934) National Library of Ireland
Patricia Lynch and R.M. Fox Papers National Library of Ireland
Planning for a new order in Ireland National Library of Ireland
Tchernobyl confessions d'un reporter Sudoc [ABES], France
Thomas Johnson, 1872-1963: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
To the members of the Belfast Co-operative Society. National Library of Ireland
Towards the general election. National Library of Ireland
Typed letter by Thomas Johnson on Seanad Éireann headed paper to L.J. Duffy, secretary of the Irish Labour Party, stating that "I dissent from the proposals to endow an Economic Council with such powers as would make it a more powerful authority than the elected government" and explaining why, 15th Apr. National Library of Ireland
Wage-labour and capital National Library of Ireland
What does it cost to live: being the minority report of the court of inquiry into the Dublin bakery trade. National Library of Ireland

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