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Ireland

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1 Irish Hunger: Personal Reflections on the Legacy of the Famine Hayden, Tom, Editor - SIGNED BY TOM HAYDEN
Boulder, Colorado, U. S. A. Roberts Rinehart Co. 1998 1570982333 / 9781570982330 Soft Cover Near Fine 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Signed by Editor
Roberts Rinehart, Boulder, 1998. 295 pages. Signed by editor, Tom Hayden, on half-title page (flat signed, meaning that Hayden signed the book but did not inscribe it to any person). Book is in Near Fine condition: very light edge wear; apparently not read - spine is without creases. From the publisher: "Renowned Irish and Irish-American contributors - actors, activists, poets, journalists, politicians, and historians - offer moving commentaries and modern perspectives on the events and aftermath of the 19th century Irish famine, an historical event of such tragic proportions that it continues to shape the Irish psyche on both sides of the Atlantic." 
Price: 15.00 USD
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2 Irish Landmarks in New York Reilly, A. J.
Worcester, MA, U.S.A. Harrigan Press 1939 Soft Cover Good+ 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall 
Harrigan Press, Worcester, MA, 1939. 78 pages. Book is in Good+ condition: tears on cover around staples, but cover is secured to book; staples rusting at center pages; discoloration on covers; light stain on bottom of title page; binding is tight and pages are clean. Includes 7 photographs and an index. From the Foreword: "While members of the Irish race have taken a prominent part in the development and life of New York City, no guide book has heretofore been published identifying buildings and sites of particular Irish interest. The present book, the first of its kind, should be useful and informative for New Yorkers and visitors seeking tangible evidence of the Irish contribution to the city's life." 
Price: 25.00 USD
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3 Paul Henry 1876-1958 Kennedy, S. B.
Dublin, Ireland Town House for The National Gallery of Ireland 1991 0948524227 / 9780948524226 Hard Copy Near Fine No Jacket 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall 
Town House for The National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, 1991. Book is in Near Fine condition: light shelf wear; binding is tight, and pages are clean and bright; glossy boards; in gift-giving condition. No dust jacket, apparently as issued. 34 pages. 10 plates, of which 9 are in color and one (which is of a charcoal and white) is b/w, plus pictoral front board. From the rear board: "Paul Henry was born in Belfast, studied in Paris and worked in England, but he was most influencedby his years on Achill Island. His artistic vision was so successful in its impact that he has been called the founder of modern Irish landscape painting." 
Price: 35.00 USD
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4 Worth Remembering: Irish-American Family Stories of Seven Generations and How to Write Your Family Tales Cuddy, James J.
Binghamton, New York, U.S.A. Brundage Publishing 2004 1892451220 / 9781892451224 Stated 1st Edition Soft Cover Very Good+ 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Inscribed By Author
Brundage Publishing, Binghamton, NY, 2004. Stated 1st Edition. Inscribed by author on title page as follows: "Larry Turner, From my memory to computer to book to you. Best Irish wishes! James J. Cuddy". Soft cover. 170 pages. Book is in Very Good+ condition: light edge and cover wear; discoloration on edges; binding is tight and pages are clean and bright; apparently unread (no creasing on spine). From the publisher: This book "is a collection of stories spanning seven generations of an Irish-American, Catholic, and Democratic family. James Cuddy, the designated family storyteller, narrates family events occurring from the Irish Famine to the present day. With each generation, James skillfully handles the unfolding drama with humor, intellect, honesty, and integrity. His literary balance between the serious and the humorous takes the reader through an uplifting spiritual journey. Having been a priest for sixteen years, James resigned and married Joyce. Still a devout member of the Catholic faith, James shares a unique perspective on the sex abuse crisis inside some of today's churches and offers sensitive suggestions for reform. He also provides a brief look at historical reforms in the Catholic Church. More than a story, Worth Remembering is also a helpful guide to prospective family storytellers wishing to preserve and record family tales. The 10 how-to hints will assist geneaologists and family storytellers through the process of writing their family tales." 
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