Arthur Griffith

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Arthur Griffith, founder of Sinn Féin, photographed at his desk c. 1914-23. #Irish #History

Exhibition - Government and politics

National Archives

The British Empire reached an accord with the Irish revolutionary group Sinn Fein and Ireland was to become a free state -  Eamon De Valera and his party on the Irish boat at Holyhead (L-R) R C Barton,Eamon De Valera, Count Plunkett, Arthur Griffiths and Austin Stack - 12 July 1921.

The British Empire reached an accord with the Irish revolutionary group Sinn Fein and Ireland was to become a free state - Eamon De Valera and his party on the Irish boat at Holyhead (L-R) R C Barton,Eamon De Valera, Count Plunkett, Arthur Griffiths and Austin Stack - 12 July 1921.

December 1921: Arthur Griffith (1872 - 1922), Irish journalist and nationalist leader, who negotiated the treaty partitioning Ireland and founded Sinn Fein, with his wife on the doorstep at 22 Hans Place in London.

Arthur Griffith , Irish journalist and nationalist leader, who...

Arthur Griffith , Irish journalist and nationalist leader, who negotiated the treaty partitioning Ireland and founded Sinn Fein, with his wife on the doorstep at 22 Hans Place in London.

A group photo showing members of the first Dáil. In the front row are Michael Collins (second from left), Arthur Griffith (fourth from left, holding hat and stick) and Éamon de Valera (middle, beside Griffith).

A group photo showing members of the first Dáil. In the front row are Michael Collins (second from left), Arthur Griffith (fourth from left, holding hat and stick) and Éamon de Valera (middle, beside Griffith).

Oriel House, Westland Row & Fenian St., Arthur Griffith's funeral passing.

Oriel House, Westland Row & Fenian St., Arthur Griffith's funeral passing.

Dutch pulp magazine by Major Arthur Griffiths

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Nice old Dutch written pulp magazine written by Major Arthur Griffiths. In den Exprestrein Rome-Parijs, issued by A.W. Bruna & Zoon, Utrecht in 1900. Nice old pulp published more than 100 years ago. Original price 30 cents. Published as no 9 in the Amerikaansche Detective Romans.

Verinda Wigzell married Arthur Turland. Photo 1917,related to the Huggins & Griffith family through ancestors being  sisters at Griffith Lodge, Co Cavan Ireland. Flo Larsen helped Verinda with mother`s  estate claim.

Verinda Wigzell married Arthur Turland. Photo 1917,related to the Huggins & Griffith family through ancestors being sisters at Griffith Lodge, Co Cavan Ireland. Flo Larsen helped Verinda with mother`s estate claim.

Verinda Olive Wigzell ( 1886-1965) Married Arthur Turland ( 1880-!959).Parents William Henry Wigzell ( 1857-1921) & Ann Elizabeth Griffith ( 1859-1946, parents Thomas Griffith & Jane Bleakley) Diary of Flo Larsen  dated 19-4-1939 Mrs Wigzell living at the Spit, home broken up, son left Griffith family, related to the Huggins family by the grandmothers being sisters at Griffith Lodge, being the home of the Huggins family.

Verinda Olive Wigzell ( 1886-1965) Married Arthur Turland ( 1880-!959).Parents William Henry Wigzell ( 1857-1921) & Ann Elizabeth Griffith ( 1859-1946, parents Thomas Griffith & Jane Bleakley) Diary of Flo Larsen dated 19-4-1939 Mrs Wigzell living at the Spit, home broken up, son left Griffith family, related to the Huggins family by the grandmothers being sisters at Griffith Lodge, being the home of the Huggins family.

Arthur Griffith was an Irish politician and writer, who founded and later led the political party Sinn Féin

Arthur Griffith was an Irish politician and writer, who founded and later led the political party Sinn Féin