The Invincible Irish [INSCRIBED]. J. C. WALSH.

The Invincible Irish [INSCRIBED]

New York: The Devin-Adair Co., 1919. First edition. Octavo. Green, ribbed cloth stamped in gilt; 201 pp.; appendix is Martin Conboy's speech, "Ireland's Right to Freedom." Presentation inscription to Montreal Superior Court Judge, Hon. Edmund Guerin, who's stamp adorns the front pastedown; he in turn has written 'Rein in New York City' and possibly presented back to the author (?), who lived and worked in New York City for some years. Joseph Cyrilus Walsh (1870-1955) was born in Montreal and spent his professional life as a writer and newspaper editor; he was also the Secretary-General of the Irish-American Historical Society. An easily Very Good+ copy with some light dust-soiling to cloth and page edges; clean throughout. Lacking the dust jacket. Item #01673

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