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Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell
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Kathleen Clarke & Frances Condell

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  • 1. Kathleen Clarke
  • 2. from Revolutionary Woman : Kathleen Clarke an autobiography, edited by Helen Litton
  • 3. • During Kathleen Clarke’s mayoralty she established the Irish Red Cross and was elected President
  • 4. Kathleen Clarke, as Lord Mayor, unveiling a memorial to Kevin Barry. (Courtesy E. Clarke)
  • 5. Frances Condell
  • 6. • Frances Condell was a founder member of Limerick Red Cross and Area Officer during the 2nd World War
  • 7. from Limerick – A Stroll Down Memory Lane, vol. 3
  • 8. • from Old Limerick Journal vol. 38
  • 9. END

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