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Katharine Tynan Hinkson papers, 1885-1929.

Author: Katharine Tynan; John O'Leary; A P Graves; W B Yeats
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This collection covers the years 1885-1929 and consists of correspondence, manuscripts and miscellaneous materials. Included in the 200 letters to Tynan is correspondence from the Yeats family, Lady Wilde, Wilfrid Blunt, Douglas Hyde, Padraic Colum, Jane Barlow, T.M. Healy, Edith OE. Somerville, Alice Milligan, Lennox Robinson, Sir Horace Plunkett, Lady Gregory, George Russell, and her daughter Pamel Hinkson among  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Fiction
Named Person: Katharine Tynan; Pamela Hinkson; Yeats family; Wilde, Lady; Wilfrid Scawen Blunt; Douglas Hyde; Padraic Colum; Jane Barlow; T M Healy; E ΠSomerville; Alice Milligan; Lennox Robinson; Horace Curzon Plunkett, Sir; Gregory, Lady; George Russell
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Katharine Tynan; John O'Leary; A P Graves; W B Yeats
OCLC Number: 191674058
Description: 2.50 cu. ft.
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This collection covers the years 1885-1929 and consists of correspondence, manuscripts and miscellaneous materials. Included in the 200 letters to Tynan is correspondence from the Yeats family, Lady Wilde, Wilfrid Blunt, Douglas Hyde, Padraic Colum, Jane Barlow, T.M. Healy, Edith OE. Somerville, Alice Milligan, Lennox Robinson, Sir Horace Plunkett, Lady Gregory, George Russell, and her daughter Pamel Hinkson among others. The manuscripts collected include twenty-five handwritten, typed, or printed articles on literary topics including the Anglo-Irish and English women poets, and personalities such as Lionel Johnson, Susan Mitchell, and Francis Thompson. Also available are the manuscripts of her reminiscences: "Twenty-Five Years," "The Middle Years,"and "Years of the Shadow" and "The Descendants of an Irish Patriot," and copies of most of her printed books. There are clippings of various articles written about her by John O'Leary in 1892, A. P. Graves in 1884, and W.B. Yeats. In the miscellaneous materials, there are programs for the Dublin University Tercentenary service in 1891, stock certificates, election petitions, booklets written by other writers, menus, invitations, and souvenirs. Included here are her Charles Stewart Parnell souvenirs, among them the telegram she received announcing Charles Stewart Parnell's death. This large collection is extensive and offers the researcher insight into Tynan's creative process as well as her life.

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