Irish Collections Subject Guide
Anthony Babington (1920-2004). Various Manuscripts of Babington's including: The English Bastille: A History of Newgate Goal and Prison Conditions in Britain, 1188-1902 (Macdonald and Co., 1971); The Only Liberty: A Short History of the Law in Britain; For the Sake of Example: Capital Courts-Martial, 1914-1920 (St. Martin's Press, 1983) and others.
Jo Bannister (1951- ). Manuscripts and correspondence from one of Ireland’s most prominent suspense novelists.
Samuel Beckett (1906-1989). Manuscript from the notable playwright and author.
Brian Cleeve (1921-2003)Manuscripts, correspondence, and other material from the notable journalist, broadcaster, short story writer and novelist, author of The Dictionary of Irish Writers and A Biographical Dictionary of Irish Writers.
Michael Cooney (1921- ). Manuscripts, printed material, and correspondence from the notable scriptwriter, copywriter, advertising manager, promotional director; currently free-lance writer, writer of ghost stories.
Menna Gallie (1920-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, personal memorabilia, printed materials, photographs, and other materials from the notable writer, and author of You're Welcome to Ulster.
Maurade Glennon (1926-). Manuscripts from the notable teacher, and writer.
Denis Johnston (1901-1984). Diaries, notebooks, correspondence, and a printed item from the notable author, journalist, and theater director.
Mary Lavin (1912-1996). Manuscripts, correspondence, and much more from the prominent Irish-American short story writer and novelist.
Patrick Macrory (1911-1993). Manuscript from the notable author, banker, and businessman.
Michael McLaverty (1904-1992). Manuscripts from the notable headmaster, and novelist.
Frank [Michael Donovan] O'Connor (1903-1966). Correspondence, manuscripts, and other material from the notable short story writer, and playwright.
Madeleine Polland (1918-). Manuscripts, correspondence, and other items from the popular and prolific Irish author of historical children’s fiction.
William V. Shannon (1927-1988). Manuscripts, correspondence, subject files, and other items from the journalist, author, and U.S. Ambassador to Ireland (1977-1980).
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950). Correspondence, manuscripts, legal material, photographs, printed material, and other items from the notable playwright and essayist.
Terence de Vere White (1912-1994). Manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, photographs, printed material, and other material from the notable author, lawyer, and teacher.