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A copy of a memorandum initialled by Frederick Boland (who had succeeded Joseph Walshe as secretary of the Department of External Affairs) in response to a query via Sheila Murphy (one of the very few senior female members of the department at the time) in relation to the vexing question of how to describe Ireland and its relations with the Commonwealth.

Frederick Boland1948

University College Dublin Archives

University College Dublin Archives
Dublin, Ireland

A copy of a memorandum initialled by Frederick Boland (who had succeeded Joseph Walshe as secretary of the Department of External Affairs) in response to a query via Sheila Murphy (one of the very few senior female members of the department at the time) in relation to the vexing question of how to describe Ireland and its relations with the Commonwealth.

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  • Title: A copy of a memorandum initialled by Frederick Boland (who had succeeded Joseph Walshe as secretary of the Department of External Affairs) in response to a query via Sheila Murphy (one of the very few senior female members of the department at the time) in relation to the vexing question of how to describe Ireland and its relations with the Commonwealth.
  • Creator: Frederick Boland
  • Date Created: 1948
  • Rights: Public domain

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