A broadside (new series) 1937 / editors Dorothy Wellesley and W. B. Yeats.
Contributor(s): Yeats, W. B. (William Butler) | Wellesley, Dorothy | Yeats, Jack Butler | Higgins, F. R. (Frederick Robert) | Turner, W. J. (Walter James) | Sitwell, Edith, Dame | Belloc, Hilaire | De la Mare, Walter | Gogarty, Oliver St. John | Stephens, James | O'Connor, Frank | Bottomley, Gordon | Duff, Arthur | McGonigal, Maurice | Kernoff, Harry A. (Harry Aaron) | Brown, Victor | Cuala Press | Colum, Padraic.Publisher: Dublin : Cuala Press, 1937Description: 12 in 1 v. : col. ill., music ; 30 cm.Subject(s): Folk songs, English -- Ireland | Ballads, English -- Ireland | English poetry -- Irish authors -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 821.04
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Title from spine.
"300 copies only."
"Third series : 1937. A series of A Broadside was edited by W. B. Yeats and Dorothy Wellesly consists of twelve parts, issued monthly at 2s 6d. Three hundred copies of each part were printed--- The drawings are by Jack B. Yeats, Victor Brown, Harry Kernoff and Maurice McGonigal---An Errata page, not printed at the press was issued with the December Broadside. This gives a corrected version of Dorothy Wellesley's poem 'The Lady, the Squire and the Serving Maid.' (The Dun Emer Press later the Cuala Press, Liam Miller. Dublin: Dolman Press, 1973, pp.121)
No.1 (New series)---January 1937. Come Gather Round me Parnellites, W.B. Yeats, Lovely Hill-Torrents are, W. J. Turner, illustrated by Jack B. Yeats ---No. 2 (New series)--- February 1937. Non-Dolet, Oliver St. John Gogarty, Mrs Rhys, Hillare Beloc, illustrated by Harry Kernoff---No.3 (New series)---March 1937. The Three Bushes, W.B. Yeats, Lass, is Your Heart Dead, Dorothy Wellesley, illustrated by Victor Brown--- No. 4 (New series)---April 1937. The Main-Deep, James Stephens, The King of China's Daughter, Edith Sitwell, illustrated by Jack B. Yeats---No.5 (New series)----May 1937. Kilcash Frank O'Connor (from the Irish), The Pride of Westmoreland, Gordon Bottomley, illustrated by Maurice McGonigal---No.6 (New series)---June 1937. The rivals, James Stephens, Men Fade Like Rocks, W.J. Turner, illustrated by Jack B. Yeats---No.7 (New series)---July 1937. Glory O, F. R. Higgins, The Judas Tree, Dorothy Wellesley, illustrated by Jack B. Yeats---No.8 (New series)---August 1937. The Curse of Cromwell, W. B. Yeats, Song, W. J. Turner, illustrated by Maurice McGonigal---No.9 (New series)---September 1937. The Lady, the Squire and the Serving Maid, Dorothy Wellesey, One Will Come, F.R. Higgins, illustrated by Harry Kernoff and Victor Brown---No.10 (New series)---October 1937. The Pilgrim, W.B. Yeats, Sleep Song, F. R. Higgins, illustrated by Jack B. Yeats---No.11 (New series)---November 1937. The Terrible Robber Men, Padraic Colum, The Huntsmen, Walter de la Mare, illustrated by Victor Brown---No.12 (New series)---December 1937. Colonel Martin, W. B. Yeats, The Journeyman, Frank O'Connor, illustrated by Jack. B. Yeats.