Sam Henry Collection

4th July 2019

Page 1 of 2. Handwritten letter (double sided on pale blue paper) to J A S Stendall. Enquiring re the costume worn by the figures on the O’Cahan tomb …

4th July 2019

Page 2 of 4. Handwritten musical notes on strip of manuscript paper. Three songs titled, ‘The Great Tit’, ‘The Cole Tit’ and ‘The Blue Tit’. Annotated…

4th July 2019

Poem cut from a newspaper and pasted to paper. Titled, ‘The Singing Bird’. By Sam Henry. Re the Thrush. Handwritten names in pencil on reverse of page… – scan073b

4th July 2019

Typed notes re eels titled, ‘Eel Fishing terms…Movanagher’. Gives the term and a description – injanes, garmans, largs, coghels, skeaghs, bunyea, lu…

4th July 2019

Typed notes for inclusion in Sam Henry’s book ‘Dunluce and Giant’s Causeway’. Legendary and Historical Miscellanea and list of placenames and their me…

4th July 2019

Typed text for Sam Henry’s book ‘Dunluce and Giant’s Causeway’. Typed draft version. Titled, ‘The MacDonnells’. Circled number ’11’ in top right corn…

4th July 2019

Article cut from the Northern Constitution newspaper, 24th June 1933. Features an article titled, ‘In Search of Ulster. On Lough Neagh’s Banks. Histor… – scan004b

4th July 2019

Article cut from a newspaper titled, ‘Place-Name Pictures. No. 30. – Agivey River’. Looks into the origins of the name ‘Agivey’. Photographic image ca…

4th July 2019

Page 2 of 2. Copy of an article with photographic image titled, ‘No. 22. – Cooey-Na-Gall’s Tomb, Dungiven Priory Church’. Photograph is of the tomb it…

4th July 2019

Page 5 of 12. Handwritten verses of poetry. Some of which are untitled. Titled pieces – ‘The Emigration’, ‘L’Amour’ Translated from the French 1814, ‘… – scan050 back

4th July 2019

Collins’ Royal Diary, 1908. Red cover. Belonged to Sam Henry when he was based in Cookstown. His personal details have been filled in in one of the fr… – scan167b

4th July 2019

Page 9 of 71. Handwritten, rough essay [ for a talk? ] by Sam Henry titled ‘Here and There in the King’s Service’. Dated 1909 by JM. Sam Henry talks t…