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[Postcard]. Erin! Oh Erin! Though long in the shade, Thy star will shine out, When the proudest shall fade. [ca 1912].

Reference Number: Eph-B-POSTCARD-Vol-1-110-1

Shows the harp of Erin and a bunch of three-leafed shamrocks tied with a red ribbon. The poem is a song to Eire or Ireland.National series postcard, made in Great Britain.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Chromolithographs, Greeting cards, Ephemera and Postcards, related to May Stephens, R Lois Wilson, Ireland, Shamrock (Emblem) and Harps.

Part of:
[Postcard album of cards collected by May Stephens. ca 1905-1915]., Reference Number Eph-B-POSTCARD-vol-1 (17 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on postcard.Chromolithograph, 90 x 140 mm.. Horizontal imageEphemera

Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copies where possible.

Other copies available: File print, colour transparency and slide (no 3) available.

Inscriptions: Inscribed - Verso - centre: [Letter to May Stephens at Marton or Petone, from Les Hankin, at Mount View near Wanganui, February 10th 1912]

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