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ContributionsYeats, W. B. 1865-1939., MacBride, Maud Gonne, 1865-1953., Hyde, Douglas, 1860-1949., A. E., 1867-1935., Fay, W. G. 1872-1947., Ryan, Frederick., Cló-Chumann (Dublin),
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Irish National Theatre Society First General Meeting – 34 Lr Camden St. Friday 1st January Proposed by W. Fay seconded by Miss Walker that the following be admitted for membership (in addition to the seven signatories to the rules by W.

Fay, P. Kelly, F. Ryan, Miss Laird. The Irish National Theatre Society was founded on the 1st Februarywith WB Yeats as President, Vice Presidents were Maud Gonne, Douglas Hyde and George Russell (AE), Stage Manager was WG Fay and secretary Fred Ryan.

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