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Cuala Press Prints Collection

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Cuala Press was a printing press established in 1902 as the Dun Emer Press, founded by Yeats sisters, Elizabeth (Lolly) and Mary (Lily), and friend Elizabeth Gleeson. The Yeats spun off the Cuala Press in 1908, leaving Gleeson and working with other Yeats family members. The press sought to return printmaking to its artisinal roots and highlight the works of Irish writers and artists. This collection's prints predominantly include excerpts from Irish poets, letters, and proverbs, but also include personal invitations, print devices and advertisements for the Press, photographs, a 1910 Gaelic calendar, and cards.

Biographical and Historical Note

Cuala Press was established in 1908 primarily by Elizabeth Corbet Yeats, with the help of her brother William B. Yeats in Dundrum, near Dublin, Ireland. It began as the Dun Emer Press in a craft studio in 1902 as part of the Celtic Revival, with sister Lily Yeats and friend Elizabeth Gleeson. As the press expanded, Gleeson and Lily Yeats headed needlework operations while tasked printing operations, and eventually the Yeats family separated entirely from Gleeson, spawning Cuala Industries.

The Yeats brothers and sisters upheld a diverse creative legacy: Elizabeth and Lily were multi-talented craftswomen, W. B. was a renouned writer, and Jack was a painter and illustrative printmaker. Elizabeth formally trained at the Women's Printing Society in London, and hired predominantly women as her printing assistants. She sought to reassert the intimate historical artisanship of Irish printing away from mass production, unnaturally refined materials, and systematized processes, instead prioritizing the fine arts originally animating the craft.

This intimacy expanded into Cuala Industries' sales model, as the Yeats women were known to hold small-batch sales exhibitions of recent works. Each print's design had to be approved by Elizabeth and editor W. B., considerably reducing the pool of approved poets and artists used at the Press. Cuala Press enjoyed printing new works, especially including the writings of W. B. Yeats, Susan L. Langstaff, George William "A.E." Russell, Katharine Tynan, Louis H. Brandley, and Ċraoibín Aoiḃinn, among others. Highlighted artists include E.C.B. (real name unknown), Dorothy Blackham, Lady Beatrice Glenavy, and Jack, Elizabeth, and Mary Yeats.

After this original generation of artisans passed away, Yeats' sister-in-law Georgiana Hyde-Lees managed the Press and two female assistants, Mollie Gill and Esther Ryan, overtook its operations until 1968. The press reorganized in 1969 under the stewardship of W. B. Yeats' children Michael and Anne Yeats, alongside Liam Miller, Thomas Kinsella, and Patrick O'Carroll. The Press focused on hand-printing and publishing first-edition Irish works through the 1970s, but had stopped by the end of the decade.

Richard Murdoch was born March 28, 1941, in New York, and spent most of his childhood near Philadephia, Pennsylvania. He began working as the Rare Books and Manuscripts librarian and curator at Z. Smith Reynolds library in 1966, hired shortly after finishing his graduate studies at Villanova University. He was later promoted to Assistant Director of ZSR and editor at the Wake Forest Press, which focuses on printing American editions of Irish Poetry. After leaving WFU around 1989-1990, Murdoch worked briefly at The Book Press in Alexandria, VA, before returning to Winston-Salem and doing archival work and historical education for Old Salem and the Reynolda House. He ran a small printing press from his home, Shadowy Water Press, named after a famous book by W.B. Yeats. Murdoch passed away in October 2019. Several of the prints in this collection belonged to his personal collection.

Collection Overview

This collection contains various print types from the Cuala Press, previously Dun Emer Press. These prints predominantly include the words of Irish poets, letters, and proverbs, but also include personal invitations, print devices and advertisements for the Press, photographs, a 1910 Gaelic calendar, and greeting and holiday cards. This collection also includes a publication, A Broad Sheet, large single-sheet digests of Irish creative works, for each month of 1903. Each of these  A Broad Sheet prints were hand set and printed, with artwork from a handful of local artisans. Colored prints were handpainted after printing. The British spelling, hand-coloured, is used for hand-colored since that is the heading that is part of the title printed on the items. Materials are primarily in English but other languages that appear include Greek, Irish Gaelic, Latin, and Welsh.

The collection is arranged in four series: Series 1. Hand-coloured cards, Series 2. Hand-coloured prints, Series 3. Other printed materials, and Series 4. Scrapbook items. Within Series 1-3, items are arranged alphabetically. Materials in the scrapbook are listed as they appear.

Oversize containers A-U refer to the softcover enclosures, and oversize containers 1-18 refer to the hardcover enclosures. In the scrapbook, Box 4, the item number corresponds to the page it is on.

Items with a Richard J. Murdoch Ex Libris stamp and other markings are noted. Unattributed and undated materials are noted if applicable. Items may house multiple copies, with the number of copies denoted in parentheses. When duplicates are housed in the same container, it is noted in the item description.

Collection Inventory

  • Hand-coloured cards
    • "Aingeal an doras gaċ taiġe..." hand-coloured card, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, with English translation note (undated) box 2 folder 64 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "All adown the pale blue mantle..." hand-coloured card, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 55
    • The Ancient Mare, Hand coloured card No. 99, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 97
    • "As bees with a slumberous murmur..." hand-coloured card, poem by Eleanor Sinclair, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 75
    • "As on the night before this happy morn...", Hand coloured card No. 94, poem by George Wither, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 94
    • Barnacullia, Hand coloured card No. 106, artwork by D[orothy] Blackham, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 20
    • Be Glad of Life!, Hand coloured card No. 117, poem by Henry Van Dyke, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 13
    • Behold, I Bring you Good Tidings and Great Joy, Hand coloured card No. 15, poem by W. de la Mare, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 15
    • A Blessing, Hand coloured card No. 104, poem by M.A. Young, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 18
    • "By the friendship of god..." hand-coloured card, poem by Temple Lane, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 38
    • "Call out and bid old days return..." hand-coloured card, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 67
    • Carol, Hand printed card No. 96, from a design by Elizabeth Rivers, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 96
    • "Christians, awake, salute the happy morn..." hand-coloured card, unattributed, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 25
    • "Christmas brings all home...", Hand coloured card No. 70, poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 70
    • "Christmas brings all home..." Hand coloured card No. 110, poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 24
    • The Christmas Candle hand-coloured card, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 10
    • Christmas Eve hand-coloured card, poem by Ruth Duffin, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 5
    • Christmas Greetings, Hand coloured card No. 93, artwork by Hanlon, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 93
    • Christmas Greetings, Hand coloured card No. 95, Cuala Press, Dublin (uncoloured) (undated) box 2 folder 95
    • Christmas Greetings, Hand coloured card No. 109, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 23
    • Christmas Greetings hand-coloured card, unattributed (undated) box 2 folder 24
    • Christmas, Hand coloured Card No. 2, poem by Louis H. Brindley, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 2
    • Christmas Hearth hand-coloured card, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 9
    • A Christmas Toast hand-coloured card, poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 22
    • A Christmas Wish, Hand coloured card No. 17, poem by Kenneth Sarr, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 17
    • Christ's Coming, Hand coloured card No. 111, poem by Padraic Pearse, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 25
    • The Cock, unattributed, Hand coloured card No. 128, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 65
    • College Green, Dublin, Hand coloured card No. 115, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 29
    • "Coṁtrom an lae...", Hand coloured card No. 62, poem by Ċroibín Aoiḃinn, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 62 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • The Connaght Toast hand-coloured card, reprinted from A Broadside, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 50
    • A Countryside Wish, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press, Dublin, signed by Elizabeth Yeats (undated) box 2 folder 52
    • Crónán Mná Sléiḃe hand-coloured card, poem by Pádraic Mac Piarair, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 63 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Day closes in the cabin dim..." hand-coloured card, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 12
    • December hand-coloured card, poem by Louis H. Brindley, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 29
    • December hand-coloured card, poem by Louis H. Brindley, Cuala Press, Dublin, with handwritten note by Elizabeth Yeats (undated) box 1 folder 10
    • "Drop thy still dews of quietness..." hand-coloured card, poem by J.G. Whittier, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 43
    • "Each dream remembered is a burning-glass...", Hand coloured card No. 103, poem by A.E., Caula Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 17
    • "Earth this child, like a young tree...", Hand coloured card No. 114, poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 28
    • "Evening star..." hand-coloured card, artwork by Dorothy Blackham (undated) box 2 folder 47
    • "A Fairy sport of ground to be enjoyed with a friend..." hand-coloured card, letters of Mrs. Delany, Cuala Press box 2 folder 34
    • First Winter-Song hand-coloured card, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 46
    • "For lo, the worlds great Shepherd now is born..." hand-coloured card, poem by Edmund Bolton, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 6
    • The Four Courts, Dublin, Hand coloured card No. 123, artwork by H. Roberts, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 85
    • "A fragrant prayer upon the air..." hand-coloured card, poem by Douglas Hyde, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 36
    • "Friends are like a growing hedge..." hand-coloured card, poem by Eleanor L. Sinclair, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 41
    • "From my mountain top I view..." hand-coloured card, poem by A.E., artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 7
    • "God bless the many gathered in the town..." Hand coloured card No. 8, poem by Temple Lane, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 8
    • The Grand Road hand-coloured card, artwork by E.C.B, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 32
    • Greetings hand-coloured cards, unattributed, Cuala Press (2) (undated) box 2 folder 30, 31
    • "Hail to thee, o Holy Babe..." hand-coloured card, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 28
    • "Hail, ye small sweet courtesies of life..." hand-coloured card, poem by L. Sterne, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 42
    • Hand coloured card No. 105, from a design by Norah McGuinness, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 19
    • Hand coloured card No. 119, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 90
    • "Health is the greatest gift...", Hand coloured card No. 116, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 26
    • "Here's a health to Ireland, and to every country belonging to it..." hand-coloured card, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 78
    • The Holly and the Ivy Girl hand-coloured card, poem by John Keegan, artwork by A.P., Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 81
    • Homing Song at Christmas hand-coloured card, poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 71
    • "I heard a bird at dawn...", Hand coloured card No. 100, poem by James Stephens, artwork by E. Rivers, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 14
    • "I see an envied haunt of peace..." hand-coloured card, poem by Emily Lawless, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 39
    • "I think that in the coming time...", Hand coloured card No. 97, poem by A.E., Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 10
    • "If I had a little house...", Hand coloured card No. 131, poem by W.M. Letts, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 33
    • "If I had a singing bird..." hand-coloured card, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 45
    • "In each gold flower, the darkness conquering..." hand-coloured card, poem by Temple Lane, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 37
    • In Green Ways hand-coloured card, poem by James Stephens, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 76
    • "Laugh heart again in the grey twilight..." Hand coloured card No. 107, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 21
    • "The little ass bears our hearts offering..." hand-coloured card, poem by Michael Scott, Cuala Press, signed by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 2 folder 19
    • The Little Red Rover, Hand coloured card No. 130, poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 60
    • "A long road before me...", Hand coloured card No. 48, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 54
    • The Magi, Hand coloured card No. 98, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 11
    • Mater Dei hand-coloured card, poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 20
    • "May plenty bloom in every field..." hand-coloured card, poem by James Orr, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 56
    • "May the road rise with you..." hand-coloured card, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 53
    • The Midland Toast hand-coloured card, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 2 folder 51
    • "Míle fáilte roimh an lá..." (English: "A thousand welcomes to the day...") hand-coloured card, poem by Ċraoibín Aoiḃinn, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 61 (This card is in Irish Gaelic, but contains an English translation.)
    • "A moderate share of health and wealth but a vast quantity of love and friendship..." hand-coloured card, letters of Mrs. Delany, Cuala Press box 2 folder 74
    • "Mother of God! No lady thou..." hand-coloured card, poem by Mary E. Coleridge, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 66
    • "Mother of my yearning, love of all my longings...", Hand coloured card No. 108, poem by Stephen Gwynn, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 22
    • "Mourn not, though sorrowful and dark thou art..." hand-coloured card, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 16
    • "Naċ Lia broṫ dín 'ran..." hand-coloured card, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 59 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • Nodlaig, Hand coloured card No. 101, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 15 (The title is in Irish Gaelic.)
    • Nodiaig Ṡona Duit hand-coloured card, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 58 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Nor shall we dread the winter blast..." hand-coloured card, poem by Katharine Tynan (undated) box 2 folder 21
    • "Now set the hearth alight...", Hand coloured card No. 90, poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 80
    • "Now twine the Christmas Holly..." hand-coloured card, poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press, Dundrum (undated) box 2 folder 88
    • "Now winters here, make up the fire..." hand-coloured card, poem by W.M. Letts, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 40
    • A Nursery Song for Christmas Eve, Hand coloured card No. 126, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 83
    • "O friend unchanging...", Hand coloured card No. 113, poem by Douglas Hyde, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 27
    • O'Connell Street, Dublin, Hand coloured card No. 125, artwork by H. Roberts, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 84
    • "Oiḋċe Nodlag ḃí an...", Hand coloured card No. 3, poem by Gaoḋín, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 3 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Over the hills and over the plains..." hand-coloured card, excerpt from a Norwegian Carol, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 27
    • "Rake down the fire this Christmas Eve...", Hand coloured card No. 4, by Padraic Colum, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 4
    • Rann Nodlag, Hand coloured card No. 92, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 92 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "The red-berried holly we set up long ago..." hand-coloured card, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 68
    • Rune of Hospitality hand-coloured card, old Gaelic Rune recovered by Kenneth Macleod, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dundrum (undated) box 2 folder 11
    • Saint Brigid, Hand coloured card No. 102, Caula Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 16
    • Song hand-coloured card, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 79
    • "Spirit of Christmas, breathe again...", poem by Louis H. Brindley, artwork by E.C.B., signed by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 2 folder 1
    • The Star in the East hand-coloured card, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 14
    • "The Star is risen in the Heart..." hand-coloured card, poem by Susan L. Mitchell (undated) box 2 folder 13
    • Star of Bethlehem, Hand coloured card No. 23, unattributed, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 23
    • The Stooping Angels hand-coloured card, unattributed (undated) box 2 folder 26
    • "Then let us be joyful..." hand-coloured card, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 73
    • "There about the ways God's air is free and spacious...", Hand coloured card No. 118, poem by Stephen Gwynn, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 98
    • "These things are of God..." hand-coloured card, excerpt from an ancient Irish charm, artwrok by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 77
    • Three Folds in my Garments, Hand coloured card No. 91, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 91
    • "To these high lands a stranger..." hand-coloured card, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 69
    • "The trees are in their autumn beauty..." hand-coloured print, poem by W.B. Yeats (undated) box 1 folder 11
    • "Under the Christmas holly..." hand-coloured card, poem by Katharine Tynan, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 72
    • "Under the spirit gift..." hand-coloured card, poem by Michael Scott, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 18
    • "Up the airy mountain..." hand-coloured card, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 49
    • "We who know Time's little ways...", Hand coloured card No. 122, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 86
    • "Well, and how good is life..." hand-coloured card, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 57
    • "Who calls me from the milestone track...", Hand coloured card No. 127, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 82
    • "Who can bring back the magic of the story...", Hand coloured card No. 120, poem by Susan Langstaff Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 89
    • "Whose days shall yet be good...", Hand coloured card No. 121, poem by Emily Lawless, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 2 folder 87
    • "Within a little field..." hand-coloured card, poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 35
    • The Young Saint Patrick hand-coloured card, artwork by A.P., Cuala Press (undated) box 2 folder 48
  • Hand-coloured prints
    • Across the Door print, poem by Padraic Colum, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 8 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "Alone with none but Thee, my God..." hand-coloured print, poem by Saint Columba, artwork by AP (undated) box 7 oversize G
    • The Ancient Mare hand-coloured print, unattributed (undated) box 1 folder 3 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "And walk among long dappled grass..." hand-coloured prints, poem by W.B. Yeats (2) (undated) box 1 folder 11
    • Barnacullia hand-coloured print, artwork by D. Blackham (undated) box 1 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Be glad of life! hand-coloured print, poem by Henry Van Dyke (undated) box 1 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • A Blessing hand-coloured print, poem by M. A. Young (undated) box 1 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Boatman of Kinsale hand-coloured print, poem by Thomas Davis (undated) box 1 folder 5 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Boatman of Kinsale print, poem by Thomas Davis, Cuala Press (undated) box 3 folder 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Bog Road hand-coloured print, unattributed (undated) box 1 folder 2 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • A Broad Sheet No. 13, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 January) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 14, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 February) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 15, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 March) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 16, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (April 1903) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 17, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 May) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 18, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 June) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 19, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 July) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 20, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (August 1903) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 21, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 September) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 22, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 October) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 23, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 November) box 3 folder 12
    • A Broad Sheet No. 24, artwork by Jack B. Yeats and others, published and sold by Elkin Mathews, London, printed by Farncombe & Son, Croyden  (1903 December) box 3 folder 12
    • Busy downtown street with statue print, possibly in Dublin, artwork by H. Roberts (undated) box 3 folder 8 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Cheat print, poem by R. Duffin, artwork by E.S.D., Cuala Press (undated) box 5 oversize 2
    • Child in bed being sung to by angels hand-coloured print, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats (undated) box 3 folder 9 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Clonmel print, poem by Temple Lane, Cuala Press (undated) box 3 folder 10 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Cock hand-coloured print, unattributed (undated) box 1 folder 3 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Come Gather Round Me Parnellites, Ballad Sheet 1, poem by W.B. Yeats with score to the tune of The Airy Bachelor, Cuala Press, Dublin box 3 folder 5
    • The Comrade hand-coloured print, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press (undated) box 3 folder 8 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Connaght Toast hand-coloured print, unattributed (undated) box 1 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • A couple in the mountains hand-coloured print, artwork by T.B., with "An Invitation," poem by Thomas Bodkin, Cuala Press (undated) box 7 oversize K
    • A Cradle Song, Handcoloured print No. 61, poem by W.B. Yeats, artwork by Jack Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin, two different-sized prints (undated) box 1 folder 4, 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "Each dream remembered is a burning-glass..." hand-coloured print, poem by A.E., artwork by Stella Frost (undated) box 1 folder 3 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Evening print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 6 oversize 14
    • "Evening star, thou bringest home all that bright dawn hath scattered afar..." hand-coloured print, unattributed (undated) box 1 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Fair Day print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) oversize 10
    • The Fairy Hill hand-coloured print, unattributed, Cuala Press (undated) box 7 oversize L
    • Fiddler playing for a man print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 5 oversize 4
    • The Fiddler, Uncoloured Print No. 17, artwork by Jack Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (2) (undated) box 1 folder 5 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Fiddler of Dooney, Handcoloured print no. 58, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 11 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Fiddler of Dooney hand-coloured prints, poem by W.B. Yeats, artwork by G.A. (3) (undated) box 1 folder 11
    • The Fiddler of Dooney print, poem by W.B. Yeats, artwork by D.A. (undated) box 6 oversize 13
    • Finish of the Race hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize A
    • Finish of the Race, Handcoloured print No. 4, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 7 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Finish of the Race, Handcoloured Print No. 4 artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 7 oversize U
    • First Winter-Song print (undated) box 2 folder 44
    • Four floating women holding a child religious hand-coloured print, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats (undated) box 1 folder 4 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Group of men rowing a canoe with huddled passengers print, unattributed (undated) box 3 folder 7 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Had I the Heavens Embroidered Cloth, Handcoloured print No. 53, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Had I the Heavens Embroidered Cloth print, poem by W.B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize S
    • Half a Bap hand-coloured print, artwork by E.S.D., Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 5 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "Hail, ye small sweet courtesies of life..." hand-coloured print, poem by L. Sterne, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 3 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Hurley Player print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 3 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Hurley Player hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, with "'When you are old,' she said, 'grown old and grey..." poem by W.M. Letts, reprinted from "The Broadside", Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 7 oversize H
    • "If I could have my heart's desire..." print, poem by Eleanor Sinclair, artwork by S.G.V (undated) box 5 oversize 15
    • "If I had a little house..." print, poem by W.M. Letts (undated) box 5 oversize 17
    • Into the Twilight print, poem by W.B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize T
    • "Ireland, O Ireland!" hand-coloured print, poem by Stephen Gwynn, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 4 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Island People hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize N
    • "It's well to be in Waterford, to see the ships..." print, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Jesus in a manger print, unattributed (undated) box 5 oversize 1
    • The Jockey print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 3 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Lake Isle of Innisfree, Handcoloured press No. 52, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 11 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Leafy Munster, Handcoloured print no. 24, poem by Dorothy M. Emerson, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 7 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Lover Pleads with his Friends print, poem by W.B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize P
    • The Lover Pleads with His Friends for Old Friends, Handcoloured press No. 51, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 11 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Lover Tells of the Rose in his Heart, Handcoloured print No. 54, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Lover Tells of the Rose in His Heart print, poem by W.B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize Q
    • Man and a baby on a horse drawn carriage print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 3 folder 7 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Man in a crop field reading a list with more lists in his jacket pocket hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize O
    • Man standing in a cornfield reading a note print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 3 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Man with a walking stick and parchment notes in a hilly village hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 1 folder 5 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Mary and Jesus in a manger hand-coloured nativity print, unattributed (undated) box 1 folder 3 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Mary and Jesus in a manger nativity print, unattributed (undated) box 3 folder 2
    • Mary and Jesus in a manger visited by shepherds nativity print, unattributed (undated) box 5 oversize 7
    • Mary and Jesus in a manger with four women around them nativity print, unattributed (undated) box 3 folder 2
    • Men racing horses in the Irish mountains hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize B
    • Men racing horses in the Irish mountains print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 3 folder 7 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Message, Handcoloured Print No. 21, artwork by Jack Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 4 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Message print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 5 oversize 6
    • Midir and King Eochy Play a Game of Chess hand-coloured print (undated) box 1 folder 4 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Mountain Farm, Handcoloured print No. 6, by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (2) (undated) box 3 folder 3
    • "Now we'll forget the windy hill..." print, poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press (undated) box 3 folder 8 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "O, wind, O, mighty melancholy wind..." print, poem by John Todhunter, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 9 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • O'Connell Street, Dublin print, artwork by H. Roberts (undated) box 3 folder 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • An Old Slave hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, reprinted from "The Broadside", Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 7 oversize J
    • The Old Slave, Handcoloured print No. 10, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Caula Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • An Old Woman of the Roads, Print No. 236, poem by Padraic Colum, artwork by Beatrice Glenavy, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 7 oversize U
    • An Old Woman of the Roads print, poem by Padraic Colum (undated) box 6 oversize 11
    • "On a hill in Erin flapping sombre wing..." hand-coloured print, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, artwork by Lady Beatrice Glenavy (undated) box 7 oversize F
    • The Packman print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 5 oversize 8
    • The Packman, Uncoloured Print No. 16, artwork by Jack Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 4 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Pity of Love, Handcoloured print No. 56, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Pity of Love print, poem by W.B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize R
    • The Playboy of the Western World (The First Time Round), Handcoloured print No. 33, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 6, 11 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Playboy of the Western World (The Playboy), Handcoloured print No. 34, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Post Car print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 6 oversize 12
    • Prayer for a Little Child, Handcoloured print No. 239, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 6, 11 (Backside says "proof RJM 1979" in graphite.)
    • Prayer for a Little Child print, poem by W.M. Letts, artwork by Beatrice Glenavy (undated) box 6 oversize 18
    • Quotation from "The Celtic Night", Handcoloured print no. 57, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 11 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Rainbow hand-coloured print, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 9 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "The red-berried holly we set up long ago..." hand-coloured print, poem by Susan L. Mitchell (undated) box 1 folder 5 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • The Rose Tree, Ballad Sheet 3 originals and reprints, poem by W.B. Yeats with score by Arthur Duff, artwork by Harry Kernoff, Cuala Press, Dalkey (2 copies of each) (1935 May; 1977) box 3 folder 5
    • Rune of Hospitality hand-coloured print, artwork by B (2) (undated) box 7 oversize E
    • Rune of Hospitality, Handcoloured print No. 23, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (14) (undated) box 3 folder 7 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Sailor boy at dock with an old man, monkey, and a caged bird hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack Yeats (variously sized) (undated) box 1 folder 2, 3 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Saint Brendan the Navigator print, artwork by A.P., Cuala Press (undated) box 5 oversize 5
    • Saint Patrick at Tara, Handcoloured print No. 15, Cuala Press (undated) box 3 folder 7 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Saint Patrick at Tara print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) oversize 9
    • The Shanachie, Handcoloured Print No. 9, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 5 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Shepherds vising Mary and Jesus in a manger nativity scene hand-coloured print, unattributed (undated) box 1 folder 3 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • A Shop in Sailor Town, Handcoloured Print No. 31, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 6 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Silver Apples, Handcoloured print No. 59, poem by W.B. Yeats, artwork by Victor Brown, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 10 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Silver Apples, Handcoloured print No. 59, poem by W.B. Yeats, artwork by Victor Brown, Cuala Press, Dublin (uncoloured, 9) (undated) box 1 folder 12
    • Slievemore, Achill print (undated) box 3 folder 11 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • St. Patrick's Breastplate hand-coloured print, poem by W.B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin  (1931, undated) box 1 folder 10 (Purchased directly from W.B. Yeats' sister (unspecified) in Dublin, 1931.)
    • Start of the Race, Hand coloured Print No. 3, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 7 oversize U
    • "To Travellers" handcoloured print, poem by Ruth Duffin, artwork by BB?, Cuala Press (undated) box 6 oversize 16
    • "The trees are in their autumn beauty..." hand-coloured prints, poem by W.B. Yeats (2) (undated) box 1 folder 11
    • "The trees are in their autumn beauty..." print, poem by W.B. Yeats, artwork by Dorothy Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 5 oversize 3
    • Two young men, a greyhound, rabbits, a rooster, a cat, and birds print (likely religious due to halo iconography), artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize I
    • Two young men, a greyhound, rabbits, a rooster, a cat, and birds print (likely religious due to halo iconography), artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats (undated) box 3 folder 2
    • The Village hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize C
    • The Village, Handcoloured print No. 5, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (2) (undated) box 3 folder 7 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Village house on the water with a boat and livestock hand-coloured print, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (2) (undated) box 7 oversize D
    • Village women in the rolling hills with a horse, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 2 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "We can make our minds so like still water that beings gather about us that they may see..." print, poem by W.B. Yeats (undated) box 7 oversize M
    • Weather-wise hand-coloured print, unattributed, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 1 folder 1 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "Who can bring back the magic of the story..." hand-coloured print, poem by Susan Langstaff Mitchell, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats (undated) box 1 folder 10 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Wise Small Birds... hand-coloured print, poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 3 folder 9 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • "Within a little field..." print, poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press (undated) box 3 folder 8 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Woman with a hat, shawl, and walking stick holding a basket of produce in the wind print, Cuala Press (undated) box 3 folder 9 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
  • Other printed items
    • Blank sheet with Lady Emer, Edmund Dulac's "Unicorn," and description imprints (undated) box 1 folder 8
    • Books, booklets, hand-coloured prints, and ballad sheets catalogues, Cuala Press Dublin (two versions) box 1 folder 7
    • "The Cuala Press, Its Books and Prints" advertisement leaflet (circa 1970s) box 1 folder 3 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Dun Emer and Cuala Press engraved title-page device print with brief historical note box 1 folder 8 (Contains Ex Libris Richard J. Murdoch stamp.)
    • Irish annual calendar with horse-drawn carriage, artwork by Jack B. Yeats  (1910) box 3 folder 4
    • Mrs. Yeats print, original drawing by John Butler Yeats (1867, printed circa 1915) box 1 folder 9
    • Watercolor self-portrait, drawing by John Butler Yeats, print (1907, printed circa 1915) box 1 folder 9
  • Scrapbook items
    • Printer's note to consumers: "Owing to the War, the usual exhibitions have not been held and the promoters of this Industry find it difficult to keep their girls employed..." (circa 1914-1918) box 4 item 1
    • "The red-berried holly we set up long ago...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press  (1906) box 4 item 2
    • "Burn, Christmas, burn with ruddy glow..." , poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press  (1908) box 4 item 2
    • "Burn, Christmas, burn with ruddy glow..." , poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press  (1906) box 4 item 3
    • "Easter card; designed by J. B. Yeats; figure of Christ on roadway" graphite note (undated) box 4 item 3
    • Easter, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dundrum (undated) box 4 item 4
    • "Mourn not, though sorrowful and dark thou art..." by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press (1900 or 1910) box 4 item 4
    • "Ah heart, the seasons come and go...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell  (1910) box 4 item 5
    • "Who can bring back the magic of the story...", by Susan L. Mitchell  (1911) box 4 item 5
    • "Who can bring back the magic of the story...", by Susan L. Mitchell  (1911) box 4 item 6
    • "We who know Time's little ways...", by Susan L. Mitchell, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press  (1912) box 4 item 6
    • Haud Immemor card  (1914) box 4 item 7
    • Rann Nodlag print  (1913) box 4 item 7 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Once I went over the Ocean...", poem by Padraic Colum  (1913) box 4 item 8
    • "A chara go deó...", poem by Ċraoibín Aoiḃinn, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1914) box 4 item 8 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • Christmas Greetings card  (1918) box 4 item 9
    • A Child's Thought, poem by Nancy Campbell, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1912) box 4 item 9
    • "The Star is risen in the Heart...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1910) box 4 item 10
    • The Star in the East, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1910) box 4 item 10
    • "Míle faílte roiṁ an lá...", poem by Ċraoibín Aoiḃinn, Cuala Press  (1912) box 4 item 11 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Now set the hearth alight...", poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1917) box 4 item 11
    • "Call out and bid old days return...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dublin  (1920) box 4 item 12
    • "To these high lands a stranger..." by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press  (1918) box 4 item 12, 93
    • Dove flying from a tree in a starry night, unattributed  (1914) box 4 item 13
    • Girl looking out a window on a windy day, unattributed  (1914) box 4 item 13
    • Jesus walking into a building, unattributed  (1914) box 4 item 13
    • Crónán Mrá Sléiḃe, poem by Pádraic Mac Piarais, Cuala Press  (1914) box 4 item 14
    • Rune of Hospitality, old Gaelic Rune recovered by Kenneth Macleod, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1918) box 4 item 14
    • Justice and Peace have kissed, unattributed  (1918) box 4 item 15 (Contains a passage in Latin.)
    • "He who bends to himself a joy...", poem by William Blake  (1920) box 4 item 15
    • A jockeyed race horse and a flagman with an hourglass, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 16
    • Canon Woodward, bishop elect of Briston, good-bye party RSVP invitation (circa 1920-1935) box 4 item 16
    • Dia Leat card with "The Message of the Lark", poem by J.C.G., on the inside (circa 1914-1915) box 4 item 16
    • "Outstripping seraph hosts, a gentle thing...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell (undated) box 4 item 17
    • "Under the Christmas holly...", poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1914) box 4 item 17, 82
    • "We followed after...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell  (1917) box 4 item 18
    • "I see an envied haunt of peace...", poem by Emily Lawless with accompanying artwork of Glendalough, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 18
    • Child in bed being sung to by angels, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats  (1912) box 4 item 19
    • "Gladly wolde he lerne and gladly teche...", unattributed  (1915) box 4 item 19
    • Flower of Youth card, poem by Katharine Tynan, (undated) box 4 item 20 ("50 copies" written in graphite.)
    • Fragrance card, poem by A. (undated) box 4 item 20 ("50 copies" written in graphite.)
    • Michael O'Callaghan, first Republican mayor of Limerick, requiescat card  (1921) box 4 item 21
    • Golden cross card with "A prayer is forming on my tightened lips...", poem by Mary Aldis, on the inside  (circa 1915) box 4 item 21 ("50 copies" written in graphite.)
    • A Middleman play and concert program, The Irish National Volunteers, Dundrum  (1914 October 3) box 4 item 22
    • "Anno jesu MCMIII ecclesiae decorissimae sancti egidii de cheadle hoc missale..." note  (1910) box 4 item 22 (Translation from Latin: "In the year of Jesus, 1903, I gave this missal (formerly worn) to the most beautiful church of St. Giles.")
    • Rann Nodlag print (undated) box 4 item 23 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • Woman tending to plants while a child watches from a step stool, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 23
    • "E.S." surrounded by clovers and a ship, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 24
    • "Violet Mills" decorated with violets, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 24
    • "Josephine Webb: Her Book" prints with writing room artwork, names Lamb, G.B.S., Hiene, R.L.B., Whitman, Gissing, Keats, Blake, and Browning, Dun Emer Press (undated) box 4 item 24, 27
    • Windermere Technical School blank award card (undated) box 4 item 24
    • "Bernarde Heape: His Book", fiddler artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 24
    • Dragon and a butterfly seal, artwork by Arnett (undated) box 4 item 24
    • Eiḃín Odette, by Uilliaim Uillicuí Conċoḃain and Ceaťraṁaḋ Lapla Díript, Cuala Press  (1909 March) box 4 item 25 (Contains a seal with two large spotted cats and a ribbon that reads "Virtus Repulsæ Nescia Sordidæ".)
    • "Her Book..." woman at the water with an umbrella print, artwork by JCC (undated) box 4 item 25, 28
    • "Aoiṁġín Uḃťaiġ", Dun Emer Press (undated) box 4 item 25 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • Irish library with books about its cities and a country map, by Ernest Reginald McClintock (Er. McC. Dix.) (undated) box 4 item 25
    • "Tar ċuġam a ċroiḋe ġil tar...", artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Dun Emer Press (undated) box 4 item 25 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "John Quinn", artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 25
    • "Rene Francis: His Book" print (undated) box 4 item 26
    • "Lennox Robinson's Book", artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 26
    • "Cyril M.E. Franklin: His Book", Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 26
    • "Ronald Brymer Beckett", artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 26
    • "Lily Yeats: Her Book", artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 26
    • "Gladys Under", Dun Emer Press (undated) box 4 item 27
    • "Hilda Pollexfen: Her Book", artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 27
    • "Ex Libris, Louis Stromeyer Little: Relying on heaven, we eat rice!", Dun Emer Press (undated) box 4 item 27
    • "EN ΔE ΦAEI KAI OΛEΣΣON", artwork by Jack B. Yeats, names Norah Lindsay and Sutton Courtney, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 27 (This print contains text in Greek.)
    • Ua Raťġaille, unattributed (undated) box 4 item 27
    • "Margaret Griselda Fremantle", artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 28
    • "May Sabina Stock", artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 28
    • Dun Emer and Cuala Press engraved title-page device print (undated) box 4 item 28
    • "Elizabeth Corbet Yeats", unattributed (possibly self-portrait) (undated) box 4 item 28
    • "Ex Libris, S.F. Beeke. Lane."  (circa 1900) box 4 item 28
    • "The sky rains angels. Heaven to earth..." card, poem by Susan L. Mitchell (two versions)  (1919) box 4 item 29
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1919) box 4 item 29
    • Person playing a stringed instrument, hand-coloured print, unattributed  (1908) box 4 item 29
    • Village hills Christmas print, unattributed  (1931) box 4 item 29
    • "May the road rise with you, and the wind be always behind you" card, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 30, 68, 74, 87
    • Cuala Industries sales event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1918) box 4 item 30
    • Cuala Industries print device, embroidering woman (undated) box 4 item 30
    • "Spirit of Christmas, breathe again...", poem by Louis H. Brindley., artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 31, 87, 90
    • "Now twine the Christmas Holly..." by Katharine Tynan, Christmas card  (1920) box 4 item 31, 99
    • "Silence and night over countryside and village...", poem by Kathleen Garrett  (1930) box 4 item 32
    • Barnacullia, artwork by D. Blackham (undated) box 4 item 32
    • St. Patrick's Breastplate card, translated by Cecil Frances Alexander, artwork by The Lady Glenavy, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 31-32
    • Cuala Industries sales event RSVP invitation, St. John's House, St. Giles  (1916) box 4 item 33
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1915) box 4 item 33
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1917) box 4 item 33
    • Cuala Press sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press  (1914) box 4 item 33
    • Cuala Industries sales event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1913) box 4 item 34
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1920) box 4 item 34
    • Cuala Industries sales event RSVP invitation, 36 Fitzwilliam Square, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 34
    • "Ir euirm ġnáťać inntinn rárta" quote print (undated) box 4 item 34 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Dia Leat" quote print, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 34 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Launch out into the deep"..."LORD at Thy word we will let down the net" quote print (undated) box 4 item 34
    • "Breezes singing on the mountain side..."..."Star that gleams above the darkening hill..." print, poems by L.G. (undated) box 4 item 35, 67
    • The Comrade, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 35
    • Description of the Person of Our Saviour print, unattributed (undated) box 4 item 36
    • "In the early spring, one day, I strolled...", poem by A (undated) box 4 item 37
    • "Who calls me from the milestone track...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 37, 58
    • "Ua tóibím, noli me tangere" crest, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 38
    • "Ua tóibím, noli me tangere" hand-coloured crest, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 38
    • Child in bed being sung to by angels, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats, hand-coloured print (undated) box 4 item 38
    • Missionary Service League blank member card  (1922) box 4 item 39
    • Cuala Press calendar and Christmas cards advertisement card (undated) box 4 item 39
    • "Oiḋċe Nodlag ḃí an..." card, poem by Gaoḋín, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press  (1924) box 4 item 40, 84, 86 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "I see an envied haunt of peace..." card, poem by Emily Lawless with accompanying artwork of Glendalough, Cuala Press  (1932) box 4 item 40
    • "Naċ daingean an dún a ḃfuilimíd..." poem, Cuala Press, Dundrum (undated) box 4 item 41, 57 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Aingeal an diras gaċ taiġe..." poem, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats box 4 item 41, 78 (This card is entirely in Irish Gaelic, and has an English version on page 41.)
    • "An angel in the door of each house...", artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 41 (This card has an Irish Gaelic version on page 41.)
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum (undated) box 4 item 42, 48
    • "God bless the many gathered in the town...", poem by Temple Lane, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 42
    • Calendar title print (undated) box 4 item 42
    • Golden Wedding: 1883-1933 print, poem by Louis H. Brindley (undated) box 4 item 43
    • "Now we'll forget the windy hill..." poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 43
    • Carol, 15th century poem print (undated) box 4 item 44
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Suffolk House, Chettenham (undated) box 4 item 44
    • Crucifix stained glass card, with "For St. Patrick's Day" poem by M.A. Young on the inside, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 45
    • Star of Bethlehem print, Cuala Press  (1924) box 4 item 45, 86
    • "Laugh heart again in the grey twilight..." card, unattributed (undated) box 4 item 46
    • "To live in content with small means...", poem by William Henry Channing  (1934) box 4 item 46
    • "The little ass bears our hearts...", poem by Michael Scott, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 47
    • "Under the spirit gift...", poem by Michael Scott, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 47
    • Nodlalg Ṡona Ḋuit, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats  (1924) box 4 item 48 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "St. Patrick's Day Card figure with [fuills?]" graphite note (undated) box 4 item 48
    • The Connaght Toast, poem reprinted from A Broadside, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 49
    • Wedding hymnal, P.M.F.T. and F.C.B.  (1926 July) box 4 item 49
    • Miss S.H. Purser honorary dinner invitation, Council and Committee of the Friends of the National Collections of Ireland, Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin  (1931 March 31) box 4 item 50
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum (undated) box 4 item 50
    • Cuala Industries sales event RSVP invitation, St. John's House, St. Giles (undated) box 4 item 50
    • "Ex Libris, JIK, ΣIPHNH" seal (undated) box 4 item 51 (This print contains text in Greek.)
    • Christmas Greetings card   (1927) box 4 item 51
    • "Ex Libris Eulalia Beatrice Berridge"  (1932 April 29) box 4 item 51 ("250 copies" written in ink.)
    • Miss Cunningham and Dame Christian's House RSVP invitation, candelabra artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 52, 58, 73, 79
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, 133 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 52 ("Ms. Robinson + friends" written in ink.)
    • "Within a little field..." poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 52
    • "Day closes in the cabin dim...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin  (1917) box 4 item 53
    • "Naċ lia broť dín 'ran..." poem, Cuala Press  (1932) box 4 item 53 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Evening star, thou bringest home all that...", poem by Sappho, Cuala Press  (1929) box 4 item 53
    • "Mae'n werth troi'n alltud ambell dro..." quote print box 4 item 54 (This print is entirely in Welsh. Roughly translates to: "It is worth it to go out of the country a few times and far from small Wales, to come back to simplicity, and to be able to love Wales better.")
    • "Calendar" title print and design (undated) box 4 item 54
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, 82 Merrion Square, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 54
    • Address of Welcome to M. Charles Bertrand, President, and Ten French Comrades of the Union, Nationale des Combattants, presented by The Chelsea Branch of the British Legion, Cuala Press, Dublin  (1924 September 17) box 4 item 55-56
    • Old man walking with books, a backpack, and an hourglass in tattered clothes, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dundrum County, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 55
    • "Bo[g/s?] Rood" graphite note (undated) box 4 item 56
    • Cuala Industries Christmas sale and tea event RSVP invitation, 133 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 56, 71
    • "Be thou my vision, o Lord of my heart..." hymnal card (undated) box 4 item 57
    • Dove flying from a tree in a starry night card, "Christmas" poem by Susan L. Mitchell inside, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 57
    • Christmas, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 58
    • Weddi'r Orsedd, unattributed poem (undated) box 4 item 59 (This print is entirely in Welsh. Roughly translates to: "Prayer of the throne/The Gorsedd Prayer. Grant God of your patronage; with majesty, strength; with strength, understanding; and know, know the righteous; and know the righteous, love him; with love, love all things, love God. God and all Goodness.")
    • "Whose days shall yet be good...", poem by Emily Lawless, Cuala Press, Dublin  (1917) box 4 item 59
    • The Burning Babe, poem by Ven. Robert Southwell, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 60
    • "Béiḋ cuiṁne orra go bráť..." poem, unattributed, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 60 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "The red-berried holly we set up long ago...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press  (1924) box 4 item 61
    • "Now we'll forget the windy hill..." poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press  (1926) box 4 item 61, 92
    • The Comrade, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press  (1928) box 4 item 62
    • "Within a little field..." poem by Monk Gibbon, Cuala Press  (1925) box 4 item 62
    • "Cryf oedd sŵn ei gryman yn yr eithin...", poem by W.J.G.  (1925) box 4 item 63 (This print is entirely in Welsh. Roughly translates to: "The sound of his sickle was loud in the gorse, his summons was just right, early on the mountain was his medal, late at the top of his spade which gave his weight // A heavenly bliss of love in a youthful day, before gathering from the cloud, was his part; he remembered the late hours at the back of the fields the appearance of the girl who slept in the church // He gave his rare penny to the College, raised his heavy heart to the man of the cross; Bivalve sunshine on his rustic heart grew blooming flowers in his lifetime // He loved all the new papyri, loved his father's stories better, he liked listening to the triple harp's tinkle echoing the poems of his distant youth. // Last night he put his sickle on the wall, no longer will he come over his bare roost, to pave the appearance of his stony ground and to sow his corn in the home of the thorns.")
    • The Christmas Candle, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press  (1927) box 4 item 63
    • "Cyrmu fach I mi...", poem by Eifion Vvyn  (1925) box 4 item 64 (This print is entirely in Welsh. Roughly translates to: "It's a small Wales for me, bluebells and lakes, mountain sheepfold, easy to love. // Talking about land that is fairer than those is acreage Wales, better than the world. // In its ancient history a thousand heroes are named, the knight of Arthur, knight Cedryn and literature. // There are some others more Gentlemen of riches, than it was to the court of Hafal's Guernsey to them. // It's a small Wales for me, a home of crwth and harp, a sanctuary of a psalm and a hymn, the gate of heaven.")
    • "Coṁtrom an lae...", poem by Ċraoibín Aoiḃinn, Cuala Press box 4 item 64 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "The clouds lie nestling on the hill...", poem by C.E.W., artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats  (1926) box 4 item 65
    • The Riverside Bindery, Ltd., Dublin, Christmas card  (1932 December) box 4 item 66
    • Christmas Eve, poem by Ruth Duffin, Cuala Press  (1932) box 4 item 66
    • The Bang-The-Door Boys, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, hand-coloured print (undated) box 4 item 67
    • "A fair spot of ground to be enjoyed with a friend...", excerpt from letters of Mrs. Delany (1728, printed 1931) box 4 item 68
    • Greetings print with saint in hills (undated) box 4 item 68 ("25 copies" written on the front in graphite.)
    • Christmas, poem by Louis H. Brindley, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 69
    • "May clouds depart...", poem by Louis H. Brindley (undated) box 4 item 69, 98
    • Busy downtown street with statue, possibly in Dublin, artwork by H. Roberts (undated) box 4 item 70
    • Baby Jesus descending card, A Nursery Song for Christmas Eve by Susan L. Mitchell inside, Cuala Press  (1924) box 4 item 71
    • "Veterans and other Poems" by Donagh MacDonagh announcement postcard, Cuala Press  (circa 1941) box 4 item 71
    • The Descent of the Child, poem by Susan L. Mitchell, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats, Cuala Press  (1929) box 4 item 72
    • Master Dei, poem by Katharine Tynan, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats, Cuala Press  (1929) box 4 item 72
    • A Christmas Wish, poem by Kenneth Sarr, Cuala Press, Dublin  (1936) box 4 item 72
    • A Countryside Wish, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 73
    • The Midland Toast, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 73
    • Greetings Christmas card  (1931) box 4 item 74 ("25 copies" written on the front in graphite.)
    • "Nor shall we dread the winter blast...", poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 75
    • Village women and children carrying hay along a path, artwork by C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 75
    • "Hail thee, O Holy Babe...", old Irish poem, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 75
    • Christmas Hearth, poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press  (1931) box 4 item 76
    • "Now winter's here, make up the fire...", poem by W.M. Letts, Cuala Press  (1930) box 4 item 76
    • "Here's a health to Ireland...", Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 76
    • "A moderate share of health and wealth but a vast quantity of love and friendship...", letters of Mrs. Delany, Cuala Press box 4 item 77
    • The Stooping Angels print, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 77, 80, 95
    • Song, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 77
    • The Holly and Ivy Girl, poem by John Keegan, artwork by A.P., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 78
    • "Good humor and good nature...", poem by Charles Lamb, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 78
    • Be glad of life!, poem by Henry Van Dyke, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 79, 94
    • "Mother of God! No lady thou...", poem by Mary E. Coleridge, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 79
    • "As bees with a slumberous murmur...", poem by Eleanor Sinclair, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 80
    • "We who know Tune's little ways...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 80
    • First Winter-Song, old Irish poem, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 81
    • Greetings card, cover with man, woman holding a baby, and dog walking on a path, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 81, 114
    • Greetings card, cover with two cloaked village women, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 81
    • "The Grand Road, from the mountain goes shining to the sea", artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 82
    • "Calendar" title print and design (undated) box 4 item 82, 139, 140
    • In Green Ways, poem by James Stephens, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 82
    • Flowers card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley, on the inside  (1933 December) box 4 item 83, 102
    • Snow-White & Rose-Red first production program, The Little Princess Theatre  (1933 April 29) box 4 item 83
    • "God bless the many gathered in the town...", poem by Temple Lane, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 84
    • Dove flying with a twig over the hills with The Dove, poem by Katharine Tynan, on the inside (undated) box 4 item 84
    • Fragrant Ecclesiastical Incense label, manufactured by Irish Fragrant Products, Dublin box 4 item 85, 88 ("500" written on the front in graphite (page 85).)
    • "The trees are in their autumn beauty...", poem by W.B. Yeats, artwork by Dorothy Isobel Blackham, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 85
    • "Should strangers walk abroad to-night...", artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 85, 97, 109
    • "Christmas brings all home...", poem by Katharine Tynan, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 86
    • "A fragrant prayer upon the air...", poem by Douglas Hyde, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 87
    • "Then let us be joyful..." Christmas carol, artwork by E.C.B, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 88
    • "Over the hills and over the plains..." Norwegian carol, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 88
    • "From my mountain top I view...", poem by A.E., artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 89
    • "May plenty bloom in every field...", poem by James Orr, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 89
    • "Up the airy mountain...", artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 89
    • "These things are of God..." ancient Irish charm, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 90
    • "If I had a singing bird...", excerpt from The Gaelic, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 90
    • "Christians, awake, salute the happy morn...", Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 91
    • Miss S.H. Purser honorary dinner invitation, Council and Committee of the Friends of the National Collections of Ireland, Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin  (1938 March 31) box 4 item 91
    • The Young Saint Patrick, artwork by A.P., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 92
    • Crucifix stained glass card, with "For St. Patrick's Day", poem by M.A. Young on the inside, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 92
    • "In each gold flower, the darkness conquering...", poem by Temple Lane, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 93
    • "By the friendship of God...", poem by Temple Lane, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 93
    • "An raṁ is giorra duit loṁruig leis", Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 94 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • "Mourn not, though sorrowful and dark thou art...", poem by Susan L. Mitchell, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 94
    • "For lo, the worlds great Shepherd now is born...", poem by Edmund Bolton, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 95
    • "Laugh heart again in the grey twilight..." print (undated) box 4 item 95
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Cuala Press, Dundrum  (1939) box 4 item 96 ("Wm. O'Owly" written on the front in ink.)
    • "Friends are like a growing hedge...", poem by Eleanor Sinclair, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 96
    • "Drop thy still dews of quietness...", poem by J.G. Whittier, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 96
    • "May the passing years be kind...", artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 97
    • "Old Time Christmas: may it bring Happy memories...", poem by Louis H. Brindley, artwork by A.P. (undated) box 4 item 97
    • "Though time and distance may divide...", artwork by A.P. (undated) box 4 item 98
    • "Though riders be thrown in black disgrace...", poem by Douglas Hyde (undated) box 4 item 98
    • A Cradle Song, poem by W.B. Yeats, artwork by Jack B. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 99
    • Man and a baby on a horse drawn carriage, artwork by Jack B. Yeats box 4 item 99
    • Sailor boy at dock with an old man, monkey, and a caged bird, artwork by Jack B. Yeats box 4 item 100
    • Woman in a large pink gown spooling thread, artwork by Mary Cottenham Yeats (undated) box 4 item 100
    • Christmas 1931 card with "Christmas", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1931) box 4 item 101
    • Christmas 1932 card with "Up the hill or down the hill...", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1932) box 4 item 101
    • Christmas 1935 card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1935) box 4 item 102
    • Christmas 1936 card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1936) box 4 item 103
    • Christmas 1937 card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1937) box 4 item 103
    • Snowy buildings and trees Christmas card with 'Christmas Eve', poem by Louis H. Brindley inside, Cuala Press  (1938) box 4 item 104
    • Trees by the water and hills Christmas card with Christmas Eve, poem by Louis H. Brindley inside, Cuala Press  (1938) box 4 item 104
    • The Lament for Art O'Leary by Frank O'Connor with illustrations by Jack B. Yeats, publication announcement, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 105
    • On The Boiler by W.B. Yeats;  Elbow Room by Oliver Gogarty, publication announcement, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 105
    • "Now set the hearth alight...", poem by Katharine Tynan, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 106
    • Three Folds in my Garment print, unattributed (undated) box 4 item 106
    • Christmas Greetings card, artwork by Hanlon (undated) box 4 item 106
    • Cuala Industries print catalogue (undated) box 4 item 107
    • If I Were Four-And-Twenty by W.B. Yeats, publication announcement, Cuala Press  (1940) box 4 item 107
    • Broadsides new series announcement, Cuala Press  (circa 1939) box 4 item 108
    • Cuala Industries sales and tea event RSVP invitation box 4 item 108
    • Cuala Industries Christmas cards sales announcement, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 109
    • Three Folds in my Garment card, poem unattributed, with "With every Good Wish from Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Summerfield" inside (customized Handcoloured card No. 91, Cuala Press, Dublin)  (1940) box 4 item 109
    • To Nina and Christy, April 1915-1940, poem by Louis H. Brindley, Cuala Press  (1940 August) box 4 item 110 ("For Louis H. Brinkley Aug. 1940" written in graphite cursive.)
    • Dun Emer Press advertisement booklet box 4 item 111 (Contains Go-Cróda-Dílir seal.)
    • Two cloaked village women card, artwork by E.C.B., with "From Dr. and Mrs. O'Hart and Mary Frank and Sarah" inside (customized Hand coloured card No. 30, Cuala Press, Dublin) (undated) box 4 item 111
    • Dun Emer Press advertisement booklet box 4 item 111
    • Horned sheep print, unattributed (undated) box 4 item 112
    • Snowy family home card, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1940) box 4 item 112
    • "As on the night before this happy morn...", poem by George Wither (undated) box 4 item 113
    • Woman, young girl with a braid, sleeping baby in a cradle, and cat under candlelight print, unattributed (2) (undated) box 4 item 114 (Contains graphite sketches of birds on the back.)
    • Man with a shovel hauling dirt by donkey-drawn cart in mountains, unattributed (undated) box 4 item 114
    • Diamond Wedding June 17th 1943, poem by Louis H. Brindley  (1947) box 4 item 115, 123, 124, 137, 138
    • Christmas 1943 card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1943) box 4 item 116
    • Christmas 1944 card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1944) box 4 item 116
    • Christmas 1945 card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1945) box 4 item 117
    • Christmas 1946 card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1946) box 4 item 117
    • Christmas 1947 card with "Christmas Eve", poem by Louis H. Brindley inside  (1947) box 4 item 118
    • "Coṁtrom an lae...", poem by Ċraoibín Aoiḃinn, artwork by Jack B. Yeats, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 120 (This print is entirely in Irish Gaelic.)
    • Postcard of a four-story house in the mountains  (1945) box 4 item 122 ("Printed 500 August 8th 1945 L.3.3.0" written in ink on the back.)
    • Postcard of a four-story house in the mountains (alternate)  (1945) box 4 item 122
    • Christmas 1945 card with "May clouds depart..." unattributed poem inside  (1945) box 4 item 122
    • Greetings, Hand coloured card No. 31, artwork by E.C.B., Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 126
    • Cuala Press advertisement booklet (undated) box 4 item 128
    • Cuala Press sales and tea event RSVP invitation, The High School (undated) box 4 item 129
    • Cuala Press sales and tea event RSVP invitation, 133 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 129
    • Cuala Press sales and tea event RSVP invitation, 133 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 129
    • Cuala Press sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Royal Irish Industries Association Depot (undated) box 4 item 129
    • Cuala Press complete book catalogue  (1903-1926) box 4 item 129
    • Some Memories of W.B. Yeats by John Masefield O.M.;  Veterans by Donagh McDonagh, publication announcement, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 130
    • Cuala Industries private greeting cards sales announcement, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 130
    • Cuala Industries tweeds, furniture, books, and prints sales announcement, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 130
    • Paragraph publication request letter, to the Literary Editor from the Publicity Department (undated) box 4 item 131
    • Cuala Industries Christmas cards sales announcement, Cuala Press, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 131
    • Cuala Press sales and tea event RSVP invitation, Leinster Hall (undated) box 4 item 132
    • Small green advertisement card, artwork by Elizabeth C. Yeats (undated) box 4 item 132
    • Co. Meath Home Industries sales event invitation, partially presided over by Cuala Industries (undated) box 4 item 132
    • Cuala Press sales and tea event RSVP invitation, 133 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin (undated) box 4 item 132
    • Printer's note to consumers: "Owing to the War, the usual exhibitions cannot be held and Directors of the Cuala Press find it difficult to keep their workers in employment..."  (1940) box 4 item 133
    • Elbow Room by Oliver Gogarty;  The Last Ditch by Louis MacNeice;  On The Boiler by W.B. Yeats, publication announcement, Cuala Press  (1939) box 4 item 133
    • The Wild Bird's Best by Frank O'Connor;  Character in Irish literature essay by A.E., publication announcement, Cuala Press (undated) box 4 item 133
    • Pilgrimage in the West by Mario M. Rossi publication announcement (undated) box 4 item 134
    • New prints announcement; works by Lilla Perry, Jack B. Yeats, Dorothy Blackham, Elizabeth Yeats, and Lady Glenavy (undated) box 4 item 134
    • Hand-printed books catalogue (undated) box 4 item 134
    • Cuala Industries exhibition stall photograph (undated) box 4 item 135 ("Copyright Photograph by The Northern Whig and Belfast Post" ink stamp. Backside covered in nearly-illegible handwritten cursive.)
    • Hutch cabinet with dishes and candlesticks photograph (undated) box 4 item 135
    • Ornamental fan with flowers, trees, and "Sigh, O you little stars!..." poem, signed by Elizabeth C. Yeats 1905, photograph  (fan made circa 1905; photograph undated) box 4 item 136
    • Ornamental fan with clovers and "I came upon a little town, that slumbered in the harvest moon" excerpt, signed by Elizabeth C. Yeats, photograph (undated) box 4 item 136
    • "Fiat Lux Et Facta Est Lux" family crest banner photograph (undated) box 4 item 136 (Chancellor Dublin stamp. Several handwritten notes on the backside: "Miss Yeats, 133 Baggot St., Embroidery D", "L4970", "7991" (circed), "Cuala Industries 2 3/4", "wide 133 [wtd?]".)
    • Lions, elk, and wolves, family crest banner photograph (undated) box 4 item 139 (Chancellor Dublin stamp. Several handwritten notes on the backside: "Miss Yeats, 133 Baggot St., Embroidery D", "L4970", "7991" (circed), "Cuala Industries 2 3/4", "wide 133 [wtd?]".)
    • Empty picture frame, candlesticks, brushes, and flowers on a desk photograph (undated) box 4 item 140

Summary Information

Repository
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives
Title
Cuala Press Prints Collection
ID
MS885
Date [inclusive]
1726-1979
Quantity
2 document boxes, 1 half-document box, 3 oversize boxes, 2 hardcover enclosures
Extent
9.26  Linear Feet

Administrative Information

Publication Information
Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, 2021 December
Access Restrictions
This collection is open for use. 
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Preferred Citation
Cuala Press Prints Collection (MS885), Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA. 

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