Ancient Order of Hibernians
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Ancient Order of Hibernians, New Jersey Board functions as a benevolent society to promote Irish cultural and humanitarian identity. With our collecting focus in this area, the organization has started donating materials on a regular and continual basis. This collection includes correspondence, organizational materials, and publications related to the activities of the AOH at national, state, and division levels, as well as a collection of materials from other Irish-American...
Scope and Contents This is a collection of materials related to the leadership activities of Mr. James MacFarland. The focus includes correspondence and operational materials related to the Ancient Order of Hibernians in New Jersey (Msgr. Crean Division 1 - Trenton), Irish involvement in Northern Ireland, and various projects including the Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship, New Jesey Famine Curriculum, An Gorta Mor (Great Hunger), and various political measures involving Ireland and the United States. Additional...
Scope and Contents This is a collection of personal papers belonging to John Concannon, a New York City-area journalist and member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and other Irish-American organizations. These papers document both his personal and professional activities and his involvement with a variety of Irish-American organizations, especially the Ancient Order of Hibernians. The nature of these materials is related to Concannon's role as a member or officer of these organizations, or as research done...