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Guide to the Cuala Press Ephemera Collection.

EPH 5002

 

Collection Summary

Title: Cuala Press Ephemera Collection
Dates: 1902-1940
Collection No.: EPH 5002
Creator: Cuala Press
Extent: 167 folders; 2 boxes plus 1 oversize container
Repository: University of Notre Dame. Hesburgh Libraries, Department of Special Collections. 102 Hesburgh Library, Notre Dame, IN 46556
Abstract: A collection of cards and prints published by Cuala Press along with catalogs and related ephemera.

Selected Search Terms

Cuala Press
Dun Emer Press
Yeats, Elizabeth Corbet, 1868-1940
Yeats, Lily, 1866-1949
Broadsides
Christmas cards

Administrative Information

Restrictions: There are no access restrictions on this collection

Preferred Citation: Cuala Press Ephemera Collection, Department of Special Collections, Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame.

Acquisition and Processing Note: This collection was a gift of John Bennett Shaw, University of Notre Dame, class of 1937. The collection was described by Caitlin Hutchison in 2011 and by Aedín Clements in 2013.

Biographical Note

The Cuala Press was founded in 1908 by Elizabeth(Lolly)Yeats, sister of the poet W. B. Yeats and the artist Jack B. Yeats. It was operated in Dublin by Elizabeth and Lily Yeats, and later by George Yeats through the mid-1940s. The Cuala Press continued the work that had begun with the Dun Emer Press from 1902 until 1907 which published books in English by writers of the Irish Revival. The Cuala Press also published broadsides which featured poems and handcolored illustrations. They also published greeting cards, mostly Christmas cards. The Department of Rare Books and Special Collections has over 84 books published by the Cuala Press, including works by Lady Gregory, John Millington Synge, Oliver St. John Gogarty, William Butler Yeats, as well as works by writers from outside Ireland such as Rabindrinath Tagore. In addition to a complete collection of the Broadsides, the Hesburgh Library has a large collection of the Christmas cards and other greeting cards produced by the Cuala Press and featuring illustrations by Jack B. Yeats and other artists of the Irish Revival as well as short pieces of verse, some in Irish.

Scope and Content Note

The collection includes 123 printed cards, 25 prints and fourteen folders of peripheral material including price lists and advertisements.

Arrangement Note

Individual items are arranged in the order provided by a print catalog list, filed as EPH 5002-125. This list appears to have been used by the original owner, John Bennett Shaw as a guide for collecting. Where possible, the list below refers to the "Shaw Bibliography" number.

Container List

  • Box 1: EPH 5002-01 to EPH 5002-80 
    • Folder 1 (EPH 5002-01). Spirit of Christmas. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist; text by L[ouis] H. Brindley. Card on folded piece of paper
      Numbered 1 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of the Flight to Egypt. First two lines of text: Spirit of Christmas, breathe again / Your wonted message cheery
      • Folder 2 (EPH 5002-02). Christmas. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by L[ouis] H. Brindley. Card on folded piece of paper
        Numbered 2 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a winter cottage scene. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Cold is the night, and the snow lying deep, / Quiet is the night for the winds are hush'd asleep,
        • Folder 3 (EPH 5002-03). Oidce Nodlag (Christmas Eve). [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist; text by Douglas Hyde. Card on folded piece of paper
          Numbered 3 on Shaw bibliography. Two Copies; In each case, the greeting card written in Irish, and is accompanied by a looseleaf paper with the English translation.  Hand-colored print of a winter cottage scene. Beneath the image is a poem written in Irish. First two lines of text: Oíche iḋċe Nodlag ḃi an sp‚ir / Sp‚ir-Ä¡eal glan gan sm£id n  n‚al. [On Christmas Eve the sky / Was clean and clear without spot or cloud].
          • Folder 4 (EPH 5002-04). Rake down the Fire. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist; text by Padraic Colum. Card on folded piece of paper
            Numbered 4 on Shaw bibliography. Two copies. Hand-colored print of a domestic scene featuring mother and daughter. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Rake down the fire / This Christmas Eve
            • Folder 5 (EPH 5002-05). Christmas Eve. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Ruth Duffin. Card on folded piece of paper
              Numbered 5 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary and Joseph seeking a place to rest. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: A cup of milk / And a wheaten cake,
              • Folder 6 (EPH 5002-06). The Shepherd. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Edmund Bolton. Card on folded piece of paper
                Numbered 6 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of Virgin Mary holding the Christ child among sheep. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: For lo, the worlds great Shepherd now is born, / A blessed Babe, an Infant full of power:
                • Folder 7 (EPH 5002-07). Good Humour. [n.d.] Anne Price, artist; text by Charles Lamb. Card on folded piece of paper
                  Numbered 7 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of two well dressed women walking on a city street. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Good humour and good nature, / Friends at Home that love you,
                  • Folder 8 (EPH 5002-08). God Bless. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist; text by Temple Lane. Card on folded piece of paper
                    Numbered 8 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of an Irish country road lined with cottages. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: God bless the many gathered in the town: / God walk with those who from their homes be far,
                    • Folder 9 (EPH 5002-09). Christmas Hearth. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by W[inifred] M. Letts. Card on folded piece of paper
                      Numbered 9 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a cottage in a night time winter scene. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: A full moon and the shadows of bare trees / On fallen snow that blurs the gravel path.
                      • Folder 10 (EPH 5002-10). Christmas Candle. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by W[inifred] M. Letts. Card on folded piece of paper
                        Numbered 10 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a vision of the Virgin and Christ Child appearing to a young praying. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: I've bought a candle / so thick and tall and red,
                        • Folder 11 (EPH 5002-11). Rune. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Kenneth MacLeod. Card on folded piece of paper and large Hand-colored broadside on an unfolded piece of paper
                          Numbered 11 on Shaw bibliography. 1 Greeting Card; 1 broadside of the same painting and poem; Words are an old Gaelic rune discovered by Kenneth Macleod Hand-colored print of a large scale image of Christ walking through a smaller scale winter scene. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: I saw a stranger yestreen; / I put food in the eating place,
                          • Folder 12 (EPH 5002-12). Day Closes. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Susan Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper
                            Numbered 12 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a mother and child setting up the manger scene. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Day closes in the cabin dim, / They light the Christmas candle tall
                            • Folder 13 (EPH 5002-13). The Star is Risen. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Susan Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper
                              Numbered 13 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of the Presentation of the Gifts by the three Magi. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines: The Star is risen in the Heart / The sweet light flushes every part.
                              • Folder 14 (EPH 5002-14). The Star in the East. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Susan Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper
                                Numbered 14 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a Nativity scene with Virgin and Child in the stable with star over head. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: His coming set the world aflame, / As through the glittering zones He came.
                                • Folder 15 (EPH 5002-15). Now night is Astir. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist; text by W[alter] de la Mare. Card on folded piece of paper
                                  Numbered 15 on Shaw bibliography. 2 copies Hand-colored print of the Presentation of the Gifts by the Three Magi, Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Now night is astir with burning stars / In darkness of the snow;
                                  • Folder 16 (EPH 5002-16). Mourn Not. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Susan Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper
                                    Numbered 16 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of Christ Child ascending over a mountainous landscape. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Mourn not, though sorrowful and dark though art, / Thy Sun Withdrawn.
                                    • Folder 17 (EPH 5002-17). Christmas Wish. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Kenneth Sarr. Card on folded piece of paper
                                      Numbered 17 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a woman looking out her window. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: At Christmas may God around / Your lintel-post and gable-end
                                      • Folder 18 (EPH 5002-18). The Magnificat. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Michael Scot. Card on folded piece of paper
                                        Numbered 18 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary envisioning the Christ Child surrounded by angels. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Under the spirit gift / Tremulous she
                                        • Folder 19 (EPH 5002-19). The Little Ass. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Michael Scot. Card on folded piece of paper
                                          Numbered 19 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary and Christ Child standing near a donkey. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: The little ass bears our hearts offering / The wise-eyed ass that knows God's fosterling
                                          • Folder 20 (EPH 5002-20). Mater Dei. [n.d.] Mary Cottonham (Cottie) White, Mrs. Jack Yeats, artist; text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper
                                            Numbered 20 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a ascending Madonna and Christ Child. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: She looked to east, she looked to west / Her eyes unfathomable, mild.
                                            • Folder 21 (EPH 5002-21). Shall we Dread. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper
                                              Numbered 21 on Shaw bibliography. 2 Copies. Hand-colored print of people approaching a church on a winter's night. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Nor shall we dread the winterblast / Or the long evening of our year
                                              • Folder 22 (EPH 5002-22). Christmas Toast. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper
                                                Numbered 22 on Shaw bibliography. 2 Copies. Hand-colored print of Christ Child with His raised in blessing over a town. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Here's to the House this Christmas night / To the good woman, her store and flock.
                                                • Folder 23 (EPH 5002-23). Star of Bethlehem. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper
                                                  Numbered 23 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a vision the Virgin Mary holding the Christ Child appearing to the shepherds below.
                                                  • Folder 24 (EPH 5002-24). Christmas Greetings. [n.d.] P[amela] C[oleman] Smith, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper
                                                    Numbered 24 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of the Presentation of Gifts by the Three Magi. Beneath the image is the text: Christmas Greetings.
                                                    • Folder 25 (EPH 5002-25). Christians Awake. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper
                                                      Numbered 25 on Shaw bibliography. Old Carol. Hand-colored print of the Presentation of the gifts by the Three Magi. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Christians, awake, salute the happy morn, / Whereon the Saviour of the world was born;
                                                      • Folder 26 (EPH 5002-26). The Stooping Angels. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper
                                                        Numbered 26 on Shaw bibliography. 3 copies: 2 cards (one with writing in pencil "With all good wishes In Christmas" Signed E.C and is not numbered; one large square painting and no words); carol Hand-colored print of Nativity scene with Virgin Mary and Christ Child surrounded by four angels. Beneath the image on the card is a poem. First two lines of text: Let no harsh sound of earth / come near this place,
                                                        • Folder 27 (EPH 5002-27). Over the Snow. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper
                                                          Numbered 27 on Shaw bibliography. Norwegian Carol. Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary and Christ Child before Christmas Tree decorated with lighting candles. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Over the hills and over the plains / Over the peaks of snow.
                                                          • Folder 28 (EPH 5002-28). O Holy Babe. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper
                                                            Numbered 28 on Shaw bibliography. From the Irish.  Hand-colored print of Holy Family in a nativity scene surrounded by a pastoral family. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Hail to Thee, O Holy Babe / Who didst bow down Thy Body to a manger.
                                                            • Folder 29 (EPH 5002-29). Greetings. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper
                                                              Numbered 30 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of two windswept women walking. Beneath the image is the text: Greetings
                                                              • Folder 30 (EPH 5002-30). Greetings. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper
                                                                Numbered 31 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a traveling family. Beneath the image is the text: Greetings
                                                                • Folder 31 (EPH 5002-31). My Mountain Top. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist; text by A.E.[George Russell]. Card on folded piece of paper
                                                                  Numbered 32 on Shaw bibliography. 2 Copies. Hand-colored print of a landscape in the mountains. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: From my mountaintop I view: / Twilight's purple flower is gone,
                                                                  • Folder 32 (EPH 5002-32). December. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by L[ouis] H. Brindley. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                    Numbered 33 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of the sea. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: What if December's skies / O'er clouded be,
                                                                    • Folder 33 (EPH 5002-33). A Fairy Spot. [n.d.] Anne Price, artist; text by Mrs. Delany 1728. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                      Numbered 34 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of two well dressed ladies sitting beneath a tree. Beneath the image is a quote. First two lines of text: A Fairy spot of ground to / be enjoyed with a friend
                                                                      • Folder 34 (EPH 5002-34). Within a little Field. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Monk Gibbon. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                        Numbered 35 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a landscape featuring an Irish cottage and its field. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Within a little field / A man may find
                                                                        • Folder 35 (EPH 5002-35). A Fragrant Prayer. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Douglas Hyde. Card on folded piece of paper
                                                                          Numbered 36 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a crooked tree on a hill above a church. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: A fragrant prayer upon the air / My child taught me
                                                                          • Folder 36 (EPH 5002-36). Child's Thought. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Nancy Campbell. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                            Numbered 37 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a story of Christ as a child dreaming on Christmas Eve. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Stockings full of toys, and trees / Where the coloured stars unfold.
                                                                            • Folder 37 (EPH 5002-37). Friendship of God. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Temple Lane. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                              Numbered 38 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of an autumn forest. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: By the friendship of God / May all that is good
                                                                              • Folder 38 (EPH 5002-38). Glendalough. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Emily Lawless. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                Numbered 39 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of landscape of Glendalough. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: I see an envied haunt of peace, / Calm and untouched, remote from roar:
                                                                                • Folder 39 (EPH 5002-39). Now Winter's Here. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by W[inifred] M. Letts. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                  Numbered 40 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a contemporary domestic Christmas scene. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Now winters here, Make up the fire, / And let you bolt the door.
                                                                                  • Folder 40 (EPH 5002-40). Friends. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Eleanor Sinclair. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                    Numbered 41 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of two well dressed ladies at leisure enclosed in a garden. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Friends are like a growing hedge / Sheltering round about-
                                                                                    • Folder 41 (EPH 5002-41). Sweet Courtesies. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by L[aurence] Sterne. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                      Numbered 42 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of three people well dressed in 18th century garb walking the grounds. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Hail, ye small sweet courtesies / of Life, for smooth do ye make / the Road of it.
                                                                                      • Folder 42 (EPH 5002-42). The Plough. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by J[ohn] G[reenleaf] Whittier. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                        Numbered 43 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a man and two horses plowing a field. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Drop thy still dews of quietness / Till all our strivings cease;
                                                                                        • Folder 43 (EPH 5002-43). Autumn Beauty. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by W[illiam] B[utler] Yeats. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                          Numbered 44 on Shaw bibliography. 2 Copies. Hand-colored print of a woodland in autumn. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: The trees are in their autumn beauty / The woodland paths are dry,
                                                                                          • Folder 44 (EPH 5002-44). A Singing Bird. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                            Numbered 45 on Shaw bibliography. Old Gaelic Verse Hand-colored print of picturesque Irish cottage. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: If I had a singing bird / And a hound that I knew I was God,
                                                                                            • Folder 45 (EPH 5002-45). First Winter Song. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                              Numbered 46 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of barren winter trees. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Take my tidings! / Stags contend
                                                                                              • Folder 46 (EPH 5002-46). Evening Star. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Sappho. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                Numbered 47 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a mother holding her child as evening comes. First two lines of text: Evening star, / Thou bringest home all that /bright dawn hath scattered afar
                                                                                                • Folder 47 (EPH 5002-47). The Comrade. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by W[inifred] M. Letts. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                  Numbered 48 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a man traveling and accompanied by a fairy. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: A long road before me, / A long road behind.
                                                                                                  • Folder 48 (EPH 5002-48). The Airy Mountain. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist; text by W[illiam] Allingham. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                    Numbered 49 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a Leprechaun. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Up the airy mountain, / Down the rushy glen,
                                                                                                    • Folder 49 (EPH 5002-49). Connaght Toast. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                      Numbered 50 on Shaw bibliography. Old Irish Toast. Hand-colored print of a raggedly dressed man toasting with a drink. Beneath the image is a toast. First two lines of text: Health and a long life to you, / The woman of your choice to you,
                                                                                                      • Folder 50 (EPH 5002-50). Midland Toast. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                        Numbered 51 on Shaw bibliography. Old Irish Toast. Hand-colored print of a raggedly dressed man walking down a country road. Beneath the image is a toast. Lines of text: Long roads and stoney ditches / And here's to nice girls /And to the hell with riches.
                                                                                                        • Folder 51 (EPH 5002-51). Countryside Wish. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                          Numbered 52 on Shaw bibliography. Old Irish Wish Hand-colored press of docked boats. Beneath the image is a toast. Text: May the face of / Every good news / And the back of / Every bad news / Be towards us.
                                                                                                          • Folder 52 (EPH 5002-52). May the Road Rise. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                            Numbered 53 on Shaw bibliography. Old Irish Wish. Hand-colored print of a country road. Beneath the image is the Irish Blessing. Text: May the road / rise with you, / And the wind be always behind you.
                                                                                                            • Folder 53 (EPH 5002-53). The Grand Road. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                              Numbered 54 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a country road. Beneath the image is the Irish Blessing. Beneath the image is a poem. Text: The Grad Road / from the mountain goes shining to the sea.
                                                                                                              • Folder 54 (EPH 5002-54). The Pale Blue Mantle. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                Numbered 55 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a country road, which travels through a pass and leads to a mountain. Beneath the image is a poem. Text: All down the pale blue mantle / of the mountains far away, / Stream the tresses of the twilight / flying in the wake of day.
                                                                                                                • Folder 55 (EPH 5002-55). May Plenty Bloom. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist; text by James Orr. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                  Numbered 56 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a picturesque Irish landscape. Beneath the image is a poem. Text: May plenty bloom in every field / Which gentle breezes softly fan, / And cheerful smiles serenely gild /The home of every Irishman.
                                                                                                                  • Folder 56 (EPH 5002-56). How Good is Life. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist; text by Edward Dowden. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                    Numbered 57 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of men carting peat. Beneath the image is a poem. Text: Well, and how good is life, /Good to be born, have breath, / The calm's good, and the strife.
                                                                                                                    • Folder 57 (EPH 5002-57). Nodlaig Sona Duit. [n.d.] Mrs. Jack Yeats, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                      Numbered 58 on Shaw bibliography. Text: Nodlaig Sona Duit [Happy Christmas to you] Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary holding the Christ Child as He blesses.
                                                                                                                      • Folder 58 (EPH 5002-58). Straws in the Thatch. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                        Numbered 59 on Shaw bibliography. Donegal Wish. Hand-colored print of Irish cottages. Beneath the image is a message of greeting in Irish. Text: NaÄ‹ lia broṫ d¡n ⁊ran / ToiÄ¡ n¢ f ilte r¢á¹at
                                                                                                                        • Folder 59 (EPH 5002-59). The Dove. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Susan [Langstaff] Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                          Numbered 60 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a dove on a branch at night. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Stay they awhile, uprising heart / Thou wild and forward thing
                                                                                                                          • Folder 60 (EPH 5002-60). M¡le F ilte. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Douglas Hyde. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                            Numbered 61 on Shaw bibliography. 2 Copies; Each copy written in Irish and contains a loose-leaf piece of paper with the English translation of the poem. Hand-colored print of winter cottage and a vision of an illuminated Christ Child. Beneath the image is a poem in Irish. First two lines of text: M¡le f ilte roiṁ an L  / Nodlaig aoiḃinn, Nodlaig ḃre Ä¡ [A thousand welcomes to the day, / Christmas bright, Christmas fair,]
                                                                                                                            • Folder 61 (EPH 5002-61). The Wild Duck. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Douglas Hyde. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                              Numbered 62 on Shaw bibliography. Written in Irish; contains a looseleaf piece of paper with English translation of poem. Hand-colored print of a goose flying with a letter. Beneath the image is a poem. Text: Coṁtrom an lae /A pugaḋ an T‚ [On the anniversary of the Day / when He was born who gave joy]
                                                                                                                              • Folder 62 (EPH 5002-62). Cr¢n n mn  Sl‚ibe. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by P[atrick] H[enry] Pearse. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                Numbered 63 on Shaw bibliography. 2 Copies; Each copy written in Irish and contains a looseleaf piece of paper with the English translation of the poem. Hand-colored print of a mother rocking her child in a cradle. Beneath the image is a poem in Irish. A Ä‹inn¡n ¢ir, a Ä‹oinneall mo ṫiÄ¡e-re, / d‚anfain eolas b  riuḃlann an t¡r ro. [Little gold head, my house's candle, / You will guide all wayfarers that walk [this country.]
                                                                                                                                • Folder 63 (EPH 5002-63). An Angel at the Door. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                  Numbered 64 on Shaw bibliography. Contains a loose-leaf piece of paper with English translation of poem. Hand-colored print of an Irish cottage with a blessing in Irish underneath. Text: Aingeal an doras gaÄ‹ taiÄ¡e / Go solus geal am ire-aÄ‹. [An angel in the door of each house / Until the white light of morning.]
                                                                                                                                  • Folder 64 (EPH 5002-64). Aran Men. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                    Numbered 65 on Shaw bibliography. In Irish with translation of proverb printed on the back in English. Hand-colored print of three men rowing out to sea. Beneath the image is a proverb in Irish. Text: An raṁ is giorra duit ioṁruig leis. [The oar that's nearest at hand, row with it.]
                                                                                                                                    • Folder 65 (EPH 5002-65). Mother of God. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Mary Coleridge. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                      Numbered 66 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary ironing as she watches over a sleeping Christ Child. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Mother of God! No lady thou / Common woman of common earth!
                                                                                                                                      • Folder 66 (EPH 5002-66). Bid old Days. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Susan [Langstaff] Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                        Numbered 67 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of an Irish domestic gathering at Christmas. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Call out and bid the old days return, / And set the Christmas log to burn
                                                                                                                                        • Folder 67 (EPH 5002-67). Red-berried Holly. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Susan [Langstaff] Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                          Numbered 68 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of two well dressed ladies hanging mistletoe. Beneath the image is a Christmas poem. First two lines of text: The red-berried holly / We set up long ago.
                                                                                                                                          • Folder 68 (EPH 5002-68). To these high Lands. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Susan [Langstaff] Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                            Numbered 69 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of an Irish country road and cottages. Beneath the image is a Christmas poem. First two lines of text: To these high lands a stranger, / By ancient memory drawn,
                                                                                                                                            • Folder 69 (EPH 5002-69). Christmas Brings. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                              Numbered 70 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of an extinguished candle, which has smoke in the form of angels. Beneath the image is a Christmas poem. First two lines of text: Christmas brings all home / Yea, Christmas spreads the Feast
                                                                                                                                              • Folder 70 (EPH 5002-70). Homing Song. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                Numbered 71 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a domestic gathering at Christmas time. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Now in the Christmas gloaming / And to the lighted hearth
                                                                                                                                                • Folder 71 (EPH 5002-71). Christmas Holly. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                  Numbered 72 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a winter scene featuring a snow covered cottage and landscape. Beneath the image is a Christmas poem. First two lines of text: Under the Christmas holly / Old dreams are dreamed again.
                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 72 (EPH 5002-72). Let us be Joyful. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                    Numbered 73 on Shaw bibliography. Christmas Carol. Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary holding the Christ Child outside Jerusalem. Beneath the image is a Christmas poem. Text: Then let us by joyful, / cast sorrow away, / Our Saviour Christ Jesus / was born on this day.
                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 73 (EPH 5002-73). Moderate Share. [n.d.] Anne Price, artist; text by Mrs. Delany 1726. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                      Numbered 74 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a well-dressed woman in 18th century garb writing at her desk. Beneath the image is a quote. First two lines of text: A moderate share of health and / wealth but a vast quantity of / love and friendship-
                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 74 (EPH 5002-74). Beehives. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist; text by Eleanor Sinclair. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                        Numbered 75 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of haystacks. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: As bees with a slumberous murmur / Are heard on a summer day
                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 75 (EPH 5002-75). In Green Ways. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by James Stephens. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                          Numbered 76 on Shaw bibliography. 4 Copies. Hand-colored print of a picturesque Irish landscape and cottage. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Among the leaves I'll make a rhyme, / To the winter in its pall,
                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 76 (EPH 5002-76). These Things. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                            Numbered 77 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a landscape with lake and mountain. Beneath the image is a charm. First two lines of text: These things are of God / The merciful word,
                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 77 (EPH 5002-77). Health to Ireland. [n.d.]   Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                              Numbered 78 on Shaw bibliography. Irish Toast; Series number not printed on back Hand-colored print of print of two children fishing on a boat. Beneath the image is a blessing. First two lines of text: Here's a health to / Ireland, and to every / county belonging to it,
                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 78 (EPH 5002-78). Song. [n.d.] Brigid Ganly, artist; text by Mrs. O'Brien. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                Numbered 79 on Shaw bibliography. Penned perhaps by the wife of Dermod O'Brien, as Brigid Ganly is his daughter. Hand-colored print of a family playing instruments and dancing to music. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: When the days are short and the nights are long / Then is the time for laughter and song.
                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 79 (EPH 5002-79). Should Strangers. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                  Numbered 80 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary holding the Christ Child and overlooking an Irish town. Beneath the image is a Christmas Poem. First two lines of text: Should strangers walk abroad to-night, / Where'er their footsteps turn,
                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 80 (EPH 5002-80). Passing Years. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                    Numbered 81 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of an Irish landscape with a man and woman walking down a country road by an Irish cottage. Beneath the image is a poem. Text: May the passing years be kind / Light as fairy feather, / Fragrant as the Gipsy's wind / O'er the mountain heather.
                                                                                                                                                                  • Box 2: EPH 5002-81 to EPH 5002-153 
                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 81 (EPH 5002-81). Old Time Christmas. [n.d.] Anne Price, artist; text by L[ouis] H. Brindley. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                      Numbered 82 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a well-dressed woman in historic large red dress, fur muff, and Elizabethan collar. She sits in a forest in winter. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Old Time Christmas: may it bring / Happy memories that cling
                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 82 (EPH 5002-82). Time and Distance. [n.d.] Anne Price, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                        Numbered 83 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a landscape of Irish cottage and road. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Though time and distance / may divide / Kind thoughts unite / at Christmastide
                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 83 (EPH 5002-83). Clouds Depart. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by L[ouis] H. Brindley. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                          Numbered 84 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a Nativity scene in the stable with the Virgin Mary presenting the Christ child to the shepherds. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: May clouds depart / From all you days
                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 84 (EPH 5002-84). Tough Riders. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Douglas Hyde. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                            Numbered 85 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a man riding a brown horse by the sea. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Though riders be thrown in black disgrace, / Yet I mount for the race of my life with pride,
                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 85 (EPH 5002-85). The Windy Hill. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist; text by Monk Gibbon. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                              Numbered 86 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a large female with motifs of abundance gathered around by much smaller human figures rejoicing and celebrating. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Now we'll forget the windy hill, / The heavy roads, the blinding rain,
                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 86 (EPH 5002-86). Holly and Ivy Girl. [n.d.] Anne Price, artist; text by John Keegan. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                Numbered 87 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a woman carrying holly and ivy through a city street. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Ah! won't you take my ivy? / The loveliest ever seen.
                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 87 (EPH 5002-87). Now Twine. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                  Numbered 88 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a night scene in which two residents of the pictured cottage invite those standing outside their door to join them. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Now twine the Christmas Holly / The ivy with the bay:
                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 88 (EPH 5002-88). A Cradle Song. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist; text by W[illiam] B[utler] Yeats. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Numbered 89 on Shaw bibliography. 2 Copies Hand-colored print of a mother rocking child in cradle at night. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: The angels are bending / Above your white bed;
                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 89 (EPH 5002-89). Set the Hearth. [n.d.] Eileen Booth, artist; text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Numbered 90 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a contemporary family welcoming the Holy Family into their home. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Now set the hearth alight, / Twine shamrock with the holly,
                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 90 (EPH 5002-90). Three Folds. [n.d.] Brigid Ganly, artist; text by Douglas Hyde. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Numbered 91 on Shaw bibliography. 2 Copies Hand-colored print of a holy man kneeling before river, pointing upwards. An Irish High Cross is depicted behind him. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Three folds in my garment, / yet only one garment I bear.
                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 91 (EPH 5002-91). Rann Nodlag. [n.d.] Jack B[utler] Yeats, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Numbered 92 on Shaw bibliography. Poem in Irish; no accompanying English translation. Hand-colored print of a nativity scene with the three shepherd looking in upon the stable where the Virgin Mary admires the Christ Child in the makeshift cradle. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Dia do ḃeata, a Naoiḃe naomh / San mainr‚ar eia t  boÄ‹t,
                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 92 (EPH 5002-92). Wicklow Plough "Christmas Greetings". [n.d.] Jack Hanlon, artist.  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Numbered 93 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a landscape scene with the outlines of a plough featured in the center. Beneath the image the text: "Christmas Greetings".
                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 93 (EPH 5002-93). As on the Night. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by George Wither. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                              Numbered 94 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of the three shepherds noticing the star and its rays upon the stable. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: As on the night before this happy morn, / A blessed angel unto shepherds told
                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 94 (EPH 5002-94). Nativity "Christmas Greetings" [n.d.] Elizabeth Rivers, artist;  Printed card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                Numbered 95 on Shaw bibliography.  Black and white print of the Nativity scene with Virgin Mary, Joseph, and three shepherds adoring the Christ child. Beneath the image is the text: "Christmas Greetings".
                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 95 (EPH 5002-95). Madonna and Child "Carol" [n.d.] Elizabeth Rivers, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Numbered 96 on Shaw bibliography. Carol; 3 copies. Black and white print of the Virgin Mary holding the Christ Child lovingly and surrounded by three angels. Carol text: I sing of maiden / That matchless is, / King of all Kings, / Is her son I wis.
                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 96 (EPH 5002-96). The Coming Time. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist; text by A.E. [George Russell]. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Numbered 97 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a barren tree in a mountainous landscape. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: I think that in the coming time / The hearts and hopes of men
                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 97 (EPH 5002-97). The Magi. [n.d.] Nano Reid, artist; text by W[illiam] B[utler] Yeats. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Numbered 98 on Shaw bibliography. 2 copies. Hand-colored print of the Three Magi presenting gifts in front of the vision of a cross. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Now as at all times I can see in the mind’s eye / In their stiff, painted clothes, the pale unsatisfied ones
                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 98 (EPH 5002-98). The Ancient Mare. [n.d.]   Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Numbered 99 on Shaw bibliography. Reprinted from "A Broadside" July 1908. Hand-colored print of a brown horse running out of her stable. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: She was bred in Connemara, / And brought up at Castlemaine;
                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 99 (EPH 5002-99). "I heard a bird at dawn". [n.d.] Elizabeth Rivers, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Numbered 100 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a landscape. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: I heard a bird at dawn / Singing sweetly on a tree,
                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 100 (EPH 5002-100). Nodlaig. [n.d.] Evie Hone, artist.  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Numbered 101 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of an enthroned and crowned Madonna embracing the Christ Child, who reaches out with his right hand. Beneath the text: "Nodlaig".
                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 101 (EPH 5002-101). Saint Brigid. [n.d.] Evie Hone, artist.  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Hand-colored print of a large scale Saint Brigid surrounded by smaller scale women praying before her. Beneath the image is the text: "Saint Brigid".
                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 102 (EPH 5002-102). Each dream remembered. [n.d.] Stella Frost, artist; text by A.E. [George Russell]. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Numbered 103 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a landscape featuring a white horse in front of two cottages. First two lines of text: Each dream remembered in burning-glass, / Where through to darkness from the Light of Lights
                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 103 (EPH 5002-103). A Blessing. [n.d.] D[orothy] Blackham, artist; text by M.A. Young. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Numbered 104 on Shaw bibliography. Print contains artist's symbol a D enclosed in a circle. Hand-colored print of a landscape featuring the profile of a man riding a donkey. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: May the Blessing of God be with ye, moÄ‹roiḋe / Wherever ye are or whereever ye'll be,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 104 (EPH 5002-104). [Cornucopia]. [n.d.] Nora McGuiness, artist.  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Numbered 105 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of an eros holding a cornucopia overflowing with fruits. Curtains and boughs of flower open onto a scene of Dublin and the River Liffey.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 105 (EPH 5002-105). [Young Sailor and Father Time]. [n.d.] Jack Yeats, artist.  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Numbered 119 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a young sailor confronted by Father Time as he steps off the dock.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 106 (EPH 5002-106). [Mother and child in front of Nativity]. [n.d.] Susan Langstaff Mitchell, artist.  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Numbered 120 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a Christmas scene featuring a mother holding her infant in front of a manger scene. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: "Who can bring back the magic of the story, / The singing seraphim, the kneeling Kings
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 107 (EPH 5002-107). [Proud Irish Family]. [n.d.] Emily Lawless, artist.  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Numbered 121 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a large, thriving Irish family standing on a hill by the sea. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: Whose days shall yet be good, whose / daughters and sons shall rejoice,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 108 (EPH 5002-108). [Curious Time]. [n.d.] Susan Langstaff Mitchell, artist; text by Jack B[utler] Yeats. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Numbered 122 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of Father Time holding a scythe and hourglass, skipping through a garden. Beneath the image is a poem. First two lines of text: We who know Time's little ways, / Crouch here hiding from the days;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 109 (EPH 5002-109). The Four Courts Dublin. [n.d.]  text by H[ilda] Roberts. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Numbered 123 on Shaw bibliography.  Hand-colored print of a woman walking with three children on the bank opposite of the Four Courts in Dublin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 110 (EPH 5002-110). O'Connell Street, Dublin. [n.d.]  Text by H[ilda] Roberts. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Numbered 125 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a busy O'Connell Street in Dublin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 111 (EPH 5002-111). A Nursery Song for Christmas Eve. [n.d.] Susan Langstaff Mitchell, artist.  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Numbered 126 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of four children kneeling in front of an open window. They see a vision of a triumphant Christ Child. First two lines of text: The day burns to its close / Near and more near the waves of darkness flow
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 112 (EPH 5002-112). ["Who calls me from the milestone track"]. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist; text by Susan L[angstaff] Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Numbered 127 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a landscape featuring a a well-dressed woman watching after a large number of children. Within the upper part of the image is a poem. The first two lines of the text: Who calls me from the milestone track / My careful feet so lamely trod,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 113 (EPH 5002-113). The Cock. [n.d.]   Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Numbered 128 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a cock. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: So my pretty little bird, O my handsome little bird, / I pray that you'll not crow before the dawn-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 114 (EPH 5002-114). A Little Rest. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist;  Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Numbered 129 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored image of a man driving a cart down a road towards an Irish cottage by the sea. Beneath the image is a quote: "A little rest / And then the world is full of work to do."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 115 (EPH 5002-115). The Little Red Rover. [n.d.]  text by Katharine Tynan. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Numbered 130 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a fox escaping with some sort of fowl in his mouth and a woman yelling after him. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: Och, Mondereen Rue, you Little Red Rover, / By the glint of the moon you stole out of your cover,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 116 (EPH 5002-116). A Little House. [n.d.] E[lizabeth] C[orbet] Yeats, artist; text by W[inifred] M. Letts. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Numbered 131 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a picturesque Irish cottage scene. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: If I had a little house / A white house on a hill,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 117 (EPH 5002-117). One Will Come. [n.d.] V.B., artist; text by F[rederick] R[obert] Higgins. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Numbered 118 on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a woman looking out her door into the landscape. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: One will come at dead of midnight / In the dark to the door-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 118 (EPH 5002-118). St. Patrick. [n.d.] M[ary] C[ottenham] Y[eats], artist; text by Susan L[angstaff] Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Not numbered on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of Saint Patrick wearing blue robes (his color) standing on top of a mountain and holding a bell. Crows fly around his feet. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: On a hill in Erin flapping sombre wing / Round the young Patrick swarmed the Evil Thing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 119 (EPH 5002-119). The Young Saint Patrick. [n.d.]   Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Not numbered on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a young Saint Patrick dressed in a blue tunic and standing next to a large gray dog. His shepherd's staff lays by his feet and his flock of sheep is beneath him. The border of the frame is black with a three leaf clover in each corner. Beneath the image is a poem. Text: We are Patrick's children / to high hopes we cling, /Give us Patrick's courage / and his comforting.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 120 (EPH 5002-120). Easter. [n.d.]  Text by Susan Langstaff Mitchell. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Not numbered on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of the risen Christ floating among clouds and doves and framed by angels, stars, bells, and flowers. Beneath his feet is a titulus that says "Easter". Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: Long silent Heavens, Your starbells clashed indeed, / Myriads of stirring wings awakening them,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 121 (EPH 5002-121). For Saint Patrick's Day.   Text by M.A. Young. Card on folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Not numbered on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a mother holding a child, who points to a stain glass lancet window with the depiction of the Crucifixion.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 122 (EPH 5002-122). [On Easter Day]. [n.d.]  Text by Temple Lane. Card on folded piece of paper
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Not numbered on Shaw bibliography. Hand-colored print of a landscape featuring a river, trees and mountains.Beneath the image is a poem about Easter. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: In each gold flower, the darkness conquering / Life fairer shines for winters long delay.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 123 (EPH 5002-123). The Dun Emer Press-1903 Prospectus. 1903.   Printed prospectus on a folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Document was once part of the John Bennett Shaw Collection; annotated with pencil "1903 Prospectus". Prospectus for the Dun Emer Press; the former name of the Cuala Press.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 124 (EPH 5002-124). An Exhibition Pamphlet commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Cuala Press (Dublin) 1903-1953. May, 1953.   Printed pamphlet on one folded piece of paper; 4 sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2 copies; works from the John Bennett Shaw collection; Exhibition at Colby College Library in Waterville, Maine, Summer 1953. Printed pamphlet of an Exhibition commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Cuala Press (Dublin) 1903-1953 that took place at the Colby College Library in Waterville, Maine the Summer of 1953.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 125 (EPH 5002-125). Christmas Card List. [n.d.]   Printed list on one folded piece of paper; four sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Printed Christmas Card List for the Cuala Press containing title, artist, and author for EPH 5002: 1-74
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 126 (EPH 5002-126). Pamphlet for Cuala Industries, LTD., Churchtown, Dundrum, Co. Dublin. [n.d.]   Printed on one folded piece of paper; 4 sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Pamphlet offering the different services, hours, directions, and prices of the Cuala Press; including Embroidery, colored linen, dress, portieres, church work, flags, banners, hand-printing (colored and uncolored), and broadsides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 127 (EPH 5002-127). Complete List of Books printed and published by Cuala Press, formerly named Dun Emer Press, 1903-1926. [n.d.]   Printed on 2 pieces of paper; 1 large folded and a half sheet attached to the back; printed on 6 sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 128 (EPH 5002-128). Forthcoming publications of the Cuala Press, 1942. 1942.   each printed on 1 folded piece of paper; 4 sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    3 Copies; 2 copies identical; 1 copy on a different type and larger piece of paper and has a slightly different address on the cover. Cuala Press forthcoming publications of 1942. Cover features print of three among rocks. The pamphlet contains descriptions of three books.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 129 (EPH 5002-129). Limited Facsimile of the Cuala Press. 1971.   Printed on 1 piece of paper, folded twice; 6 sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      5 copies. List of Reprinted Cuala Press Books by the Irish University Press, 1971. Cover features sculpted bust of W.B. Yeats.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 130 (EPH 5002-130). W.B. Yeats, The Cuala Press: Irish University Press announces publication of the books and broadsides of the Dun Emer and the Cuala Press. 1970.   Printed list on 1 folded piece of paper; 4 sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        3 copies, 1 of which is annotated. List of prices for republication of Cuala Press works on light blue paper and featuring a unicorn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 131 (EPH 5002-131). A List of Books, Booklets Hand Coloured Prints and Ballad Sheets. June 1979   Printed list on 3 folded pieces of paper; annotated with ink.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          List of Books, Booklets, Hand Coloured Print and Ballad Sheets published by the Cuala Press in 1979. Cover features a print of a woman by a tree.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 132 (EPH 5002-132). A List of Hand Coloured Prints Now Available For Sale. 1971.   Printed list with black and red ink on 1 folded piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Printed List of Hand-colored Prints and New Books published by the Cuala Press in 1971. Cover features print of tree in a rocky landscape.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 133 (EPH 5002-133). The Cuala Press [Recently Published Books]. January 1971.   Printed list in black and red ink on one sheet of paper; 2 sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Back side features print in red ink of woman next to a tree. Print of recently published books by the Cuala Press.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 134 (EPH 5002-134). The Cuala Press [Recently Published Books]. March 1971.   Printed list in ink on 1 sheet of paper; 2 sides; annotated in pencil.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Back side features print in black ink of a woman next to a tree. Print of recently published books by the Cuala Press.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 135 (EPH 5002-135). The Cuala Press Its Books and Prints. [Feb 28 1978], Stamped date.   Pamphlet printed in ink on a piece of paper, folded twice; 4 sides.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Front cover features the print in black ink of a woman next to a tree. Pamphlet containing history and contact information of Cuala Press.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 136 (EPH 5002-136). Broadside Characters: Drawings by Jack B. Yeats. Printed date of February 1972; later stamped date April 4, 1972.   Printed broadside on one piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Contains an example of Yeat's work. A gypsy-like character playing a stringed instrument. Broadside for Hand-colored drawings by Jack B. Yeats.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 137 (EPH 5002-137). "The Cuala Press, Dublin" in the Quarterly News; Later of the Book Club of California Vol. 14, No.3. Summer 1949.  Text by Ellen Shaffer. Printed in pink and black ink on 6 pieces of folded paper; 24 pages.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2 Copies; pages numbered 51-71; formerly in the collection of John Bennett Shaw. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 138 (EPH 5002-138). Mrs. Yeats and John Butler Yeats. [n.d.] Emery Walker Ph.sc., artist.  2 printed portraits; each on a single piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Both from drawings of John Butler Yeats; annotated in pencil on back stating the plates belonged to Cuala Press. Drawings of John Butler Yeats and Mrs. Yeats completed by Emery Walker.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 139 (EPH 5002-139). A Book Lover's Prayer. [n.d.]  Text by S. le Brocquy. Print.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Historiated, colorful initials begin the title and first word of a prayer for book lovers. The first two lines of text: From folk who borrow books, and then / forget to give them back again;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 140 (EPH 5002-140). [December]. [n.d.]  Text by Susan L[angstaff] Mitchell. Print.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Same image as EPH 5002-71, but with a different poem. Winter landscape scene of a home in the countryside. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: We followed after / The bright months straying,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 141 (EPH 5002-141). Heraldic Shield of Eire. [n.d.]   Print.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Heraldic shield of Eire surrounded by illumnated manuscript imagery and a frame with the names of the four historic regions of Ireland.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 142 (EPH 5002-142). [Welcome Poem]. [n.d.]   Print.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Welcome poem begun with a historiated initial. The first two lines of text: Come in the evening, / Come in the morning,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 143 (EPH 5002-143). Saint Brendan the Navigator. [n.d.]   Print.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Hand-colored print of Saint Brendan the Navigator sailing in a boat.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 144 (EPH 5002-144). F‚ilire 1923. [Calendar 1923]. [n.d.]   Print on a piece of paper with an accompanying calendar printed with brown ink.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    From the collection of John Bennett Shaw. Print of a man riding horse, looked on by Father Time. The image and a calendar are attached to piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 146 (EPH 5002-146). [Three women-Daily Work]. [n.d.]   Print on a piece of thick paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Hand-colored print of women at work in the country.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 147 (EPH 5002-147). The Ballad Singer. [n.d.]   Print on a piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Annotated on back: title, collection of John Bennett Shaw, stamped American Art Galleries, Oklahoma City. Hand-colored print of a man walking a road in the countryside and yelling out items on his list.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 148 (EPH 5002-148). [Four men with Christ Child ascending]. [n.d.]   Print on a piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Annotated on back in pencil: Removed from frame with Ex Libris of John Bennett Shaw and stamped Thomas More Book Stall, 104 N. Walker, Oklahoma City. Hand-colored print of four men holding the Christ Child as they ascend.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 151 (EPH 5002-151). John Bennet Shaw Collection-Inventory-Cuala Press. [n.d.]  text by John Bennet Shaw. Hard cover bound notebook with lined paper written on with blue ink.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 152 (EPH 5002-152). "The Cuala Press" in The Bookman's Journal and Print Collector July [1922], Vol. 6, No. 10. July [1922]  Article by W.G. Blaikie Murdoch. Printed booklet with cover.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 153 (EPH 5002-153). Miscellaneous Cuala Press materials. [n.d.]   Various printed works about the Cuala Press. 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 167 (EPH 5002-167). [Wise Men and star]. [n.d.] Pamela Colman Smith, artist. Text by Susan L. Mitchell. Folded card.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Added to the collection 2012. Hand-colored print of a picture of the Three Wise Men kneeling in front of a star with the Infant Jesus' face in the center, with a background of angels. Text below begins: Who can bring back the magic of the story/ The singing seraphim the kneeling Kings.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Box 3: EPH 5002-145-F1 to EPH 5002-166-F1 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 145 (EPH 5002-145). [The ways]. [n.d.]  Text by Stephen Gwynn. Print on a piece of thick paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Stamped on back with Cuala Industries LTD. 46, Palmerston Road, Dublin, Eire. Hand-colored print of an Irish Landscape scene featuring a women standing by peat and a cottage. Beneath the image is a poem. Text: There about the ways God's air is free and spacious / Warm are chimney-corners there, warm the kindly heart.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 149 (EPH 5002-149). Ferry-Carraig-on the Slaney. [n.d.]   Print on a piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Hand-colored print of a landscape featuring the Ferry Carrig on the Slaney.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 150 (EPH 5002-150). Bless the Four Corners of this House. [n.d.]  Text by Arthur Guiterman. Print on a piece of paper.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Text from "The Mirthful Lyre"; copyright 1918 by Harper and Brothers. Hand-colored print of a cottage scene. A historiated initial begins the poem featured below. The first two lines of text: Bless the four corners of this house / And be the lintel blest;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 154-F1 (EPH 5002-154-F1). Across the Door. [n.d.] Text by Padraic Colum. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Hand-colored print of a man and a woman standing outside a door with a gathering within. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: The fiddles were playing and playing, / The couples were out on the floor;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 155-F1 (EPH 5002-155-F1). The Young Saint Patrick. [n.d.] A[nne] P[rice], artist; Text from Saint Patrick's Writings. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Same print and text as EPH 5002-119. Hand-colored print of Saint Patrick as a young man standing beside a dog and tending sheep. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: Now after I came to Ireland / tending the flocks
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 156-F1 (EPH 5002-156-F1). The Rainbow. [n.d.] CMY [Mrs. Jack Yeats], artist;  Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Hand-colored print of a woman holding balloons that form a rainbow.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 157-F1 (EPH 5002-157-F1). To-Morrow. [n.d.] [Lady Beatrice Glenavy], artist; Text by Eleanor L. Sinclair. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                A woman sitting on a bed looking at a cupid standing behind the curtain window. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: Let sleep enfold you in this peaceful room, / And let all thoughts of duty or of sorrow
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 158-F1 (EPH 5002-158-F1). Wise Small Birds... [n.d.] CMY [Mrs. Jack Yeats], artist; text by Monk Gibbon. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Hand-colored print of a colorful woman floating among the clouds. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: Wise small birds that with the first warm / morning have forgotten Winter and must / be praising Spring,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  • Folder 159-F1 (EPH 5002-159-F1). A Cradle Song. [n.d.] [Lady Beatrice Glenavy], artist; Text by Padraic Colum. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Different print and text from EPH 5002-88, which is also titled A Cradle Song. Hand-colored print of the Virigin Mary standing over a mother and her children as men walk in throught the door. Beneath the image is a song. The first two lines of text: O, men from the fields! Come gently within.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    • Folder 160-F1 (EPH 5002-160-F1). The Fairy Hill. [n.d.]   Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Hand-colored print of a boy watching as the fairy people playing instruments while they leave their mound.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      • Folder 161-F1 (EPH 5002-161-F1). untitled [Prayer to Saint Patrick] [n.d.] [Lady Beatrice Glenavy], artist; Text by Susan Mitchell Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Hand-colored print of Saint Patrick with crozier among angels with bells. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: On a hill in Erin flapping sombre wing / Round the young Patrick swarmed the evil thing.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        • Folder 162-F1 (EPH 5002-162-F1). Untitled. [Prayer by Saint Columba] [n.d.] A[nne] P[rice], artist;  Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Hand-colored print of Saint Columba, well dressed and standing with his crozier. Beneath the image is a poem. The first two lines of text: Alone with none but Thee, my God, / I journey on my way:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          • Folder 163-F1 (EPH 5002-163-F1). Untitled [Virgin Mary and Child]. [n.d.] Lady [Beatrice] Glenavy, artist. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Hand-colored print of the Virgin Mary and angels watching over a sleeping Christ Child, as the Mother irons.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            • Folder 164-F1 (EPH 5002-164-F1). O'Connell Street, Dublin. [n.d.] H[ilda] Roberts, artist. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Larger print of EPH 5002-110. Hand-colored print of O'Connell Street, Dublin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              • Folder 165-F1 (EPH 5002-165-F1). College Green, Dublin. [n.d.] H[ilda] Roberts, artist. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Hand-colored print of College Green, Dublin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                • Folder 166-F1 (EPH 5002-166-F1). The Four Courts Dublin. [n.d.] H[ilda] Roberts, artist. Broadside
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Larger print of EPH 5002-09. Hand-colored print of The Fourt Courts, Dublin.