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Lock of Stephen Lucius Gwynn’s hair

Envelope containing a lock of Stephen Lucius Gwynn’s hair (Fr Gwynn’s father), ‘Stee’s hair 1867 Three year’s old.’

Gwynn, Stephen Lucius, 1864-1950, author, politician, and soldier

Material relating to the Sisters of Charity and the Providence Woollen Mills, Foxford, County Mayo

Material relating to the Sisters of Charity and the Providence Woollen Mills, Foxford, county Mayo. Includes: envelope sent to ‘Sr. Alcantra (of Foxford), The Sisters of Charity, Merrion, Dublin’ from Foxford enclosing a St. Christopher bracelet, an embroidered patch commemorating the 1932 Eucharistic Congress in Dublin made by the mills and some prayer cards ([n.d.], 6 items);
– copy of supplemental instruction for Counsel, John H. Pigot (16 December 1919, 2pp) on behalf of the trustees of Mrs. E.M. Lynch’s will (2pp), enclosing copy of an extract of a letter from Fr Finlay to a ‘Mr. Ryan’ concerning a bequest to Mother Morrogh Bernard, Superioress of Foxford, to establish an industrial foundation at Warrenstown (2pp) and Counsel’s opinion.

Prize medal for Athletic Sports, St Ignatius College, Galway

Bronze prize medal for Athletic Sports at St Ignatius College, Galway. The description of the medal is as follows. On obverse: ‘View in perspective of church. Above, COLLEGIUM S. IGNATI SOC. JESU GALVIENSE. In exergue A.M.D.G. Signed, J. WOODHOUSE A R H A.’; Reverse: ‘Across, PRIZE MEDAL enclosed in sprays of oak-leaves and acorns, ends crossed and tied. Above, Imperial crown. Around, a circle of egg and ornament. Diam. 2.55”. Bronze. By John Woodhouse. Serrated rim.’ Includes letters and shadings of medal by Ruth Dromgoole, Department of Education, National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street, Dublin to Fr Andrew O’ Reilly SJ (26 March 1946) and Fr McGrath SJ (6 February 1950) as she was preparing a catalogue of a collection of medals in the museum.

O’Reilly, Andrew, 1903-1979, Jesuit priest