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Trinity College Dublin: 2001 Accessions

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  • Kilkelly family, County Galway: transcripts made 1921 of papers later destroyed in the Public Record Office of Ireland (TCD MS 11164)
  • John Harwood Andrews, associate professor of geography: corresp rel to cartographic history c1977-88 (TCD MS 11139)
  • John Banville (b 1945), novelist, dramatist and journalist (addnl): papers (TCD MS 11146)
  • Henry Frederick Boland (1904-85), diplomat and chancellor of Dublin University: misc diaries and expenses notebook (TCD MSS 11149-52)
  • Brian Boydell (1917-2000), composer and Professor of Music (addnl): music scores, corresp and papers (TCD MS 11128)
  • Harriet Neville Butler, nee Clarke: account book 1913-20 (TCD MS 11133)
  • Arthur Ellis (b1816), solicitor: travel notebooks (2) rel to travel in Cos Wicklow, Cavan and Roscommon c1830-40 (TCD MSS 11131-2)
  • Thomas Addis Emmet (1764-1827), United Irishman and barrister: corresp (c206 items), chiefly with Martha Bradstreet re her claim to lands in upstate New York (TCD MS 11138)
  • Percy LeClerc, architect, designer and officer of the Board of Public Works, Dublin (addnl): corresp and papers (TCD MS 11147)
  • George Mann MacBeth (1932-92), poet and editor: drafts of his play The Nazi (TCD MS 11140)
  • Sir John Pentland Mahaffy (1839-1919), ancient historian and provost of Trinity College Dublin: autobiographical MS (TCD MS 11137)
  • Frederick May (1911-85), composer: working score of quartet in C Minor (TCD MSS 11161-63)
  • Richard Payne Pollard (1887-1964), doctor: medical war notes and diaries 1914-63 (TCD MS 11130)
  • Geoffrey Taylor, formerly Phibbs (1900-56), poet: corresp with publishers (TCD MS 11129)
  • Timothy Trevor West, associate professor of mathematics: corresp rel to his election to the Irish Senate 1981-83 (TCD MS 11160)
  • Harry Clarke Stained Glass Studios, Dublin (addnl): records (TCD MS 11142)