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University of St. Michael's College, John M. Kelly Library, Special Collections File
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The Partition of Ireland

File consists of a booklet by Tom O'Donnell, B.L. entitled 'The Partition of Ireland.' File also includes a poster entitled 'Boundary Election,' a letter from [Thos] O'Donnell, and a letter to O'Donnell from Patrick O'Neill.

Press cuttings

File consists of press cuttings, including news articles, letters to the editor, and political cartoons. File also includes a pamphlet about partition by the Ancient Order of the Hibernians, a poster regarding an Electricity Special Order by the Warrenpoint Gas Consumers' and Waterworks Company, and a draft and copy of a letter to the editor [publication unknown] by Patrick O'Neill.

Other collected materials

File consists of other collected materials:
-a pamphlet entitled 'The Roman Catholic Church and News Propaganda: Is the Church of Rome unduly influencing for Sectarian purposes the Empire Cable Services, News Agencies, Great Newspapers and the British Broadcasting Corporation?'
-pamphlets issued by the North-Eastern Boundary Bureau including 'The Weekly Bulletin,' 'If 'Ulster' Contracts Out: The Economic Case against Partition,' and 'North East Ulster: The Boundary Position at a Glance'
-notes by Patrick O'Neill on land valuation in Warrenpoint
-documents containing census data, including 'Particulars of Population' (the position of the population in South Armagh, South Down, and East Down on retention in an Irish Free State), 'Parliamentary Divisions of East Down,' and a 1937 census of Northern Ireland
-a letter to [Rev. F. Lowny] from the Newry '98 Centenary Committee, and
-an open letter to the Right Hon. T. Moles, P.C., M.P from John W. Nixon, M.P.

The Anglo-Irish Dispute

File consists of a booklet entitled 'Professor A. Berriedale Keith on Certain Legal and Constitutional Aspects of the Anglo-Irish Dispute.'

An Economic Programme for the Irish Free State

File consists of a booklet entitled 'An Economic Programme for the Irish Free State: Being a Set of Principles Suitable to Serve as a Basis for an Irish Social and Industrial Policy, proposed by The P.H. Pearse Study Group.'

Spotlights on the Anglo-Irish Financial Quarrel

File consists of a booklet entitled 'Spotlights on the Anglo-Irish Financial Quarrel and the Diffuse White Paper on the Annuities: Focussing the Issues, a sequel to The Strange Case of the Irish Land Purchase Annuities' by Henry Harrison, O.B.E., M.C.

Bill for Redistribution of Seats and Proportional Representation

File consists of two documents produced by the Proportional Representation Society: 'Report for the Year May, 1927 - April, 1928: The Next Step after Equal Franchise,' and the May 1920 issue (volume 10, number 36) of the Journal of the Proportional Representation Society. File also includes a copy of a bill to amend the law with respect to the House of Commons method of voting and the redistribution of seats, and a document entitled 'Points on Registration Work: Imperial Parliamentary Franchise (Man or Woman).'

Collected correspondence on Warrenpoint issues

File consists of correspondence and official documents relating to Warrenpoint Water Supply; Newry, Warrenpoint, & Rostrevor Railway Company; Warrenpoint town clerks' salary; Liberty Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company; and flooding in Warrenpoint.

The sixth parliament of George III. 1798-1800

File consists of a draft of Teresa V. O'Neill's thesis entitled "The sixth parliament of George III. 1798-1800." O'Neill submitted this thesis for her MA in Modern Irish History at the University College of Dublin, for which she received First Class Honours when she graduated in 1943.

O'Neill, Teresa V.

Letter from Shevawn Lynam

File consists of a letter from Shevawn Lynam regarding her attempts to locate the appendix to O'Neill's thesis.

O'Neill, Teresa V.

Personal memorabilia

File consists of personal memorabilia that Patrick O'Neill collected throughout his life and career, including newspaper articles, invitations, personal letters, House of Commons and Senate directories, a poster declaring Ulster's Solemn League and Covenant, relics of St. Anthony and St. Oliver Plunket (Archbishop of Armagh and last Catholic martyr to die in England in 1681) contained within a leather pouch, a postcard from Rome, and an article about 'How to Make the Stations.' File also includes four photographs: one of a group of people standing in front of the Victoria Hotel, beside the main entrance of which is O'Neill's office; one of two men and a girl on a beach; one of a stone monument of a religious figure, and one of five men sitting on rocks.

Executrix correspondence

File consists of correspondence with Professor M. Roberts (Department of Modern History, The Queen's University of Belfast) and with the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland regarding the transfer of Patrick O'Neill's political papers to the Public Record Office, as well as correspondence with Eamon Phoenix concerning his research for a doctoral thesis at The Queen's University of Belfast about the nationalist movement in Northern Ireland.

O'Neill, Teresa V.

Bibliography working files - 1962

File consists of a typed list of book reviews, with annotations in pen and pencil up to 1962. The list is typed on the verso of letterhead from Dr. H. Kalish.

Bibliography working files - 1963

File consists of typed and handwritten lists of book reviews and notes with annotations in pen and pencil up to 1963. Also included is a biographical information about Buckminster Fuller including a copy of "Bucky" by Fuller.

Committee terms of reference

File consists of copies of the by-laws of the New Catholic Times Inc., a copy of the mission statement, and copies of the terms of reference for the Finance, Marketing, Human Resources, and Editorial committees.

Job descriptions

File consists of job descriptions and profile information for positions at the Catholic New Times of Editor, Editorial Assistant/Reporter, Associate Editor, Assistant Editor, Marketing Manager (also called Production and Advertising Manager), Business Manager, and Circulation Manager.

Letters from Gwen McGrenere

File consists of letters from Gwen McGrenere to Janet Somerville and Sr. Mary Jo Leddy (co-editors of the Catholic New Times) and copies of letters from Somerville and Leddy to McGrenere, all regarding the possibility of McGrenere writing for the newspaper on the topic of science and religion. File also includes copies of short reflections and articles written by McGrenere and a photocopy of an article by Amy Gross called “Thinking like a woman” published in the May 1982 issue of Vogue.

Letters to the Collective, 1977-1980

File consists of letters from readers and supporters of the Catholic New Times addressed to the Collective as a whole or to individual members (often Sr. Mary Jo Leddy or Fr. Jack Costello, editors over this time period), offering their best wishes for the newspaper's success, requesting subscriptions, and submitting articles, reports, and reflections for publication. File also includes letters to the editor from readers expressing concern about the content of the newspaper, letters from staff at other publications (such as the Prairie Messenger Catholic Weekly and the Catholic Register) regarding the exchange of ideas and material, letters to the editor (some not intended for publication) from concerned or interested church officials, and copies of letters of response from the editor to these officials. File also includes a copy of an article from the Toronto Star by Tom Harpur called "New Catholic tabloid in Toronto gives the news others won't print" (date unknown). Some correspondence comes from Peru, Panama, and the Dominican Republic.

Outgoing correspondence, 1981

File consists of carbon copies of letters (most of them from Sr. Mary Jo Leddy, editor) to readers and supporters of the Catholic New Times, thanking them for their donations, suggestions, and contributions of articles, reports, and photographs. Some of the letters from Leddy also request continued contributions from regions of Canada outside of Ontario. File also includes carbon copies of letters from Leddy to staff at other publications (both Catholic and secular) regarding the use or exchange of features, columns, and photographs or the exchange of subscriptions, and carbon copies of letters from Leddy to Members of Parliament and one to Prime Minister Trudeau regarding aboriginal treaty rights. Original incoming correspondence is included with most of the letters.

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