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St Ignatius' College, Galway, classrooms

Photographs of students in class at St Ignatius College, Galway. The doors interconnecting the classrooms are open therefore you can view different classes. A Jesuit is standing in both photographs.

St Ignatius' College, Galway, junior group

School group in four rows and five Jesuit priests of St Ignatius College, Galway, taken outdoors (photographer, Clement J. Leaper, Nuns' Island, Galway). With Jesuits Bartholomew Coghlan ,Michael Fitzgibbon, John MacSheahan (Vice-Rector), Richard Gallagher and John A Byrne.

St Ignatius' College, Galway, school group

School group of St Ignatius College, Galway, in seven rows with six priests, including Frs John Mallin (far left), John MacSheahan (centre position) and two lay teachers. Taken outdoors by Robert William Simmons.

St Ignatius' College, Galway, school group, with three Jesuit priests

School group and three Jesuit priests of St Ignatius College, Galway, taken outdoors (photographer, Clement J. Leaper, 6 Nuns' Island, Galway). One individual is looking out the window. With Vice-Rector, Fr John MacSheahan SJ (centre), Fr Richard Gallagher SJ (left) and Fr Michael Fitzgibbon SJ (right). Names of pupils are handwritten on the mounted board.

St Ignatius' College, Galway, senior rugby team

Group photograph of the St Ignatius College rugby team, Galway. In three rows, taken outdoors, with Fr Richard Gallagher SJ. In the middle is a cup. [Kit is maroon shirt with white horizontal band, white shorts and maroon and white hooped socks].

St Ignatius' College, Galway, senior rugby team

Group photograph of the St Ignatius College senior rugby team, Galway. In three rows, taken outdoors under the goalpost. Names are attached to one mounted photogrph. Two mounted photographs of the same scene include a Jesuit priest and another individual, one with the imprint of Clement J. Leaper, Nuns' Island, Galway.

St Ignatius' College, Galway, students at play

Black and white photographic album of boys at St Ignatius College, Galway. Includes brief index to the photographs at the front and rear, by way of number on reverse of photograph. Photographs include boys playing Gaelic football, hurling, swimming, physical education, playing in the snow, conker playing, group photographs, individual portraits and school sports day. Two loose photographs are in colour.

St Ignatius’ College, Galway, group of several classes

Group of several classes from the school, arranged in 5 rows and taken outdoors with a statute of [St Aloysius Gonzaga] in the centre. (Accompanied by an incomplete handwritten note which identifies Gerald Keary and Fr Henry Foley SJ). Scribbled caption for Fr Henry Foley SJ.

St Mary's, Emo, County Laois

Emo Court, County Laois was under Jesuit ownership from 1930 until 1969. Now in the hands of the Office of Public Works, the history of Emo dates back to the Earls of Portarlington in the eighteenth century. The first earl, John Dawson, commissioned the building of Emo Court in 1790; it is one of only a few private houses designed by the architect James Gandon. The Portarlington’s sold Emo in 1920 to the Land Commission and the Jesuits purchased the property in 1930, to be used as a novitiate (house of first formation). The Jesuits found Emo in a dilapidated state, with grass growing up through the floorboards. They made significant structural changes in order for it to function as a novitiate rather than as a family home. Many items were removed however they were stored in the basement (fireplace wrapped in blankets). Renowned photographer, Fr Frank Browne SJ, was one of the first Jesuits to take up residence there and he took many photographs of Emo Court.

In 1969, the Jesuits sold Emo to Major Cholmeley Dering Cholmeley-Harrison. He restored the house, sparing no expense, and donated it to the Irish State in 1995. In 2012 the Office of Public Works opened a permanent exhibition on Fr Frank Browne SJ at Emo Court.

The papers of St Mary’s, Emo concern the management of the Emo estate (1900-1995), establishment of the Jesuit community (1928-1930), maintenance, upkeep and expenditure (1931-1970), forestry and the sale of Emo (1969-1970; 1995). There is some material on the Jesuit community (1934-1962) and novitiate (1930-1969) however there is very little in the way of information on individual novices. Material is in the form of handwritten letters, ledgers, architectural plans, maps and photographs.

Rector of St Mary's, Emo:
Master of Novices, St Mary's, Emo:

John Neary October 1934
Donal O'Sullivan
Paddy Cusack

St Mary's, Emo, Laois, 1930-1969

St Stanislaus College, Tullabeg, Offaly

Catalogue available here: https://www.offalyarchives.com/index.php/irish-jesuit-archives

The Jesuits bought Tullabeg in 1818 (dedicated it to St Stanislaus) and opened a preparatory school for boys destined to go to Clongowes Wood College, Kildare. St Stanislaus College gradually developed as an educational rival to its sister school. It merged with Clongowes Wood College in 1886. Tullabeg then became a house of Jesuit formation: novitiate (1888-1930), juniorate (1895-1911), tertianship (1911-1927) and philosophate (1930-1962). In 1962, it was decided that the students of philosophy should be sent abroad for study. Tullabeg subsequently became a retreat house and was closed in May 1991.

The papers of St Stanislaus College include information on a history of the area around Tullabeg, building and property (1912-2004), correspondence with Superiors (1881-1971), finance (1912-1990), documents on Jesuit training (1818-1962), retreat house (1949-1960) and artworks (1940-1991).

Material is in the form of letters, reports, architectural plans, notes, maps and photographs (1902-1990). Programmes for plays include Shrovetide at St. Stanislaus College, Tullamore; ‘The Man with the Iron Mask’, ‘All at Coventry’ and ‘The Smoked Miser’ (1885) and for ‘Caitlín Ní Uallacáin’ and ‘Cox and Box’ and details Jesuits who performed (1925).

Irish Vice-Province of the Society of Jesus, 1830-

Stamps commemorating the centenary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic

An Post produced four stamps commemorating the centenary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic. One of the 55c stamps, shows Fr Frank Browne SJ, who travelled aboard the Titanic from Southampton to Cork, with the Titanic at anchor off Cobh. Kept by Fr Eddie O' Donnell SJ.

An Post, 1984-

Statement by Fr Matthew Gahan SJ on his decision to go to the Isle of Man

Statement and a copy of a statement by Fr Matthew Gahan SJ describing the events surrounding his decision to go to the Isle of Man to administer to the Catholic population on the island and his work on the island. Lists names of people who supported him financially and the amounts paid.

Gahan, Matthew, 1782-1837, Jesuit priest

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