Standish O'Grady papers
Papers of Irish author, journalist, and historian Standish James O'Grady, whose popular English version of Irish sagas earned him the title "father of the Irish literary revival" in the late 19th century, particularly after William Butler Yeats and other Irish authors made his work more widely known. "University Club Dublin" paper was used for pieces of correspondence located at Ba:3, Bb:1, Bd:1.
- 1892-1928; undated
- O'Grady, Standish, 1846-1928 (Person)
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6 folders : Binding: None. (A:1 formerly in cloth case with A:2, Be, and Bd:1).
O'Hegarty: A:1-2; E a: 1-3; Bb:l; Bc:1-2; Bd:l. John Quinn (7355 in the 1924 catalogue): probably A:1. Ba:3 found in O'Hegarty copy of "Coming of Cuculain", 1894 (0-5768)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Autobiographical sketch and some related correspondence formerly located in a cloth case at MS C81. The case has since been discarded for preservation reasons.
- Guide to the Standish O'Grady Collection
- Standish O'Grady papers
- Finding aid prepared by alh, 1973; revised by ksc, 2006. Finding aid encoded by skt, 2006.
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Standish O'Grady papers, MS P401, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas