Subseries

 

Michael Davitt: Photographs Public Deposited

Michael Davitt: Photographs

Shelf Mark/Reference Number
  • IE TCD MS 9649/1-526
Location
Creator
Contributors
Rights statement
  • Copyright The Board of Trinity College Dublin. Images are available for single-use academic application only. Publication, transmission or display is prohibited without formal written approval of the Library of Trinity College, Dublin.
Copyright status
Publisher location
  • [Multiple]
Publisher
Date Created
  • 1885-1960s
Language
Abstract
  • IE TCD MS 9649, Michael Davitt: Photographs is a sub-series of the the Papers of Michael Davitt collection held in the Manuscripts and Archives Research Library, Trinity College Dublin. Photographs in this sub-series include photographs by, for, and of Michael Davitt; his political associates, friends, and family members; tour snapshots in Italy and the Holy Land (1885), in Canada (1886), in Australia, New Zealand, Samoa, and Hawaii (1895), in South Africa (1900), in the United States (1901), and in Russia (1903-4). Works produced by notable photographers including Napoleon Sarony, Giorgio Sommer, Félix Bonfils, Andre Lesage, Elliot & Fry, and the Fratelli D'Alessandri, amongst others, feature in this collection.
Collection title
  • Papers of Michael Davitt
Provenance
  • Davitt, Cahir, Donor
  • The Davitt papers were in the hands of Professor T.W. Moody, professor of modern history TCD and biographer of Davitt, and they were arranged, numbered and listed by him. His arrangement and catalogue remain in use but aspects of his numbering have been superceded. Additional listing done in TCD. Deposited in TCD Library in parts 31 March 1978 and 20 August 1980. Presented by Davitt's son, Judge Cahir Davitt, May 1982 and 17 June 1982 with additions later (January 1983).
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Resource type
Support
  • photographic paper
  • paper (fiber product)
Culture
  • English
  • South African
  • Hawaiian
  • Russian
  • New Zealand
  • Canadian
  • Italian
  • American
  • Samoan
  • Irish
Digital Object Id
  • MS9649-5_1
Source
  • 0151460