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Call No.: B-10
Repository: Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
Title: Records of Erin-Go-Bragh, 1894-1953
Quantity: .42 linear feet (1 file box)
Language of materials: Materials in English.
Abstract: Correspondence, minutes, photographs, etc., of Erin-Go-Bragh, a club founded in 1889 by women who had studied at Miss Ireland's School in Boston.
A group of girls who studied at Miss Ireland's School at 9 Louisburg Square, Boston, formed themselves into a club named ERIN-GO-BRAGH (Ireland for ever) in 1889. They met frequently for lunch for many years thereafter. In 1914 a fund was begun which later was presented to Radcliffe College as the Catherine Innes Ireland Traveling Scholarship, 1927.
The records consist of the minutes of the annual meeting, 1915-1952 (1 v.), letters from various members of the club, 1914-1953, letters, etc. re the Catherine Innes Ireland Fund, 1914-1953, material about Emily Greene Balch, Alice Bache Gould, and several early photographs of the group. Includes letters from Miss Ireland, and Emily Greene Balch's article on Catherine Innes Ireland.Correspondents include: Emily Greene Balch, Cornelia Bowditch, Helen Cheever, Alice Bache Gould, Margaret Herrick, and Catherine Innes Ireland.