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  • The GAA Archive; Information on collections held, public access procedures, acquisition and donation policies
    enquiry into the rich history of the GAA its members and the contribution made by the Association to the social political and cultural life of Ireland The collections held by the GAA Library and Archive are open for public consultation to bona fide researchers The Library and Archive is open to the public on Monday and Tuesdays only but appointments are strictly necessary Applicants must make an appointment using the provided application form The reading room of the GAA Library and Archive is located in the GAA Museum Croke Park the Cusack side of the Stadium Archives are original and irreplaceable To ensure that no damage comes to the archives a series of rules have been drawn up and these rules must be followed by all users of the Library and Archive Any person found not obeying the rules will be asked to leave and may be found liable for damage caused Archive Acquisition Policy Records Rule The GAA Library and Archive is dedicated to acquiring preserving and making accessible the records and archives of the GAA which document the history of the Association The collection of archives is regulated by the GAA Archive Acquisition Policy This policy approved by

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Library & Archive | GAA Library and Archive Clients
    Council minute books Hayes Liam Heffo A Brilliant Mind London Transworld Ireland 2013 In this biography of Dublin legend Kevin Heffernan the author Liam Hayes consulted the Mick Dunne Collection held by the GAA Library and Archive Kelleher Humphrey GAA Family Silver Dublin Sportsfile 2013 In the book GAA Family Silver The people and stories behind 101 cups and trophies Humphrey Kelleher explores the background to the main GAA cups Humphrey made extensive use of the Central Council minutes in writing this publication Donal MacAnallen The Cups that Cheered Cork The Collins Press 2012 The main focus of The Cups that Cheered is on the Sigerson Cup and Fitzgibbon Cup competitions Coverage is also given to the origins and development of Gaelic games in higher education colleges prior to 1911 and the involvement of colleges in other Gaelic games competitions after 1911 Donal used the records belonging to the Youth Third level section of the GAA Library and Archive Cormac Moore The GAA v Douglas Hyde Cork The Collins Press 2012 The GAA in 1938 removed President Douglas Hyde as a patron of the GAA when he breached Association rules by attending an international soccer match Cormac Moore used the Central Council and Connacht Provincial Council minute books to research the removal of Hyde its consequences and aftermath Matthew Hussey A Legendary Lily White Jack Higgins of Naas Dublin Original Writing Limited 2011 A Legendary Lily White is a biography of Jack Higgins one of the greatest Gaelic footballers of the early twentieth century When Higgins hung up his boots he became an administrator at county provincial and national level Matthew Hussey used the Central Council and Leinster Council archives to chart the administrative history of Jack Higgins John Bowman Window and Mirror RTÉ Television 1961 2011 Cork The Collins

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  • Collections held by the GAA Archive
    Provincial and County Archives Leinster Provincial and County Archives Munster Provincial and County Archives Ulster Provincial and County Archives International GAA Archive Archives of the Camogie Association GAA Library Collection GAA Article Collection GAA Thesis Collection Articles on the history of the GAA Archive Shop Subscribe to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email GAA Archive Collections The GAA Archive holds the administrative records of the Gaelic Athletic Association these are the records which were created or received by the GAA during the course of its business The collections held by the GAA Archive reflect the administrative structure of the Association collections are relevant to National Provincial and County Board units To view the photographs held by the GAA Archive please visit the photos and prints section of shopping crokepark The Archive does not hold biographies information or statistics on individual players teams or matches The Archive does not collect nor hold newspaper cuttings Due to copyright law the Archive does not hold film or audio footage of GAA matches To make an appointment to view a collection please complete and return the provided application form Click on a below link to visit each page GAA Archives National Level

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Library & Archive | GAA Article Collection
    Dublin Historical Record Volume 19 No 1 December 1963 pp 16 26 Bourke Marcus The Early GAA in South Ulster in Clogher Record Volume 7 No 1 1969 pp 5 26 Bradley Joseph M The Gaelic Athletic Association in Scotland 1948 2007 Diaspora and Immigrant Identity in The International Journal of the History of Sport Volume 24 Issue 10 2007 pp 1302 1319 Connolly John Dolan Paddy Organisational centralisation as figurational dynamics Movements and counter movements in the Gaelic Athletic Association in Management and Organizational History Volume 6 No 1 2011 pp 37 58 Cronin Mike Fighting for Ireland Playing for England The Nationalist History of the Gaelic Athletic Association and English Influence on Irish Sport in The International Journal of the History of Sport Volume 15 No 3 1998 pp 36 56 Cronin Mike Sam Maguire Forgotten Hero and National Icon in Sport in History Volume 25 No 2 2005 pp 189 205 Cronin Mike The State on Display The 1924 Tailteann Art Competition in New Hibernia Review Iris Éireannach Nua Volume 9 No 3 Autumn 2005 pp 50 71 Crossan Sean McAnallen Donal Croke Park Goes Plumb Crazy in Media History Volume 17 Issue 2 2011 pp 159 174 Crossan Sean Ar son an Náisiúin The National Film Institute of Ireland s All Ireland Films in Éire Ireland Volume 48 Issue 1 2 2013 pp 191 210 Curran Conor Sport and Cultural Nationalism The Conflict Bewteen Association and Gaelic Football in Donegal 1905 1934 in Éire Ireland Volume 48 Issue 1 2 2013 pp 79 94 Darby Paul Gaelic Games Ethnic Identity and Irish Nationalism in New York City c 1880 1917 in Sport in Society Cultures Commerce Media Politics Volume 10 Issue 3 2007 pp 347 367 Darby Paul Moore Stephen Gaelic Games Irish Nationalist Politics and the Irish Diaspora in London 1895 1915 in Sport in History Volume 31 Issue 3 2011 pp 257 282 deBlaghd Earnan Cold War in the Dublin G A A 1887 in Dublin Historical Record Volume 22 No 3 October 1968 pp 252 262 Delaney Liam Fahy Tony The Social and Economic Value of Sport in Ireland ESRI 2005 Garnham Neal Accounting for the Early Success of the Gaelic Athletic Association in Irish Historical Studies Volume 34 Isuue 133 2004 pp 65 78 Leeson David Death in the Afternoon The Croke Park Massacre 21 November 1920 in Canadian Journal of History Volume 38 2003 pp 43 67 Mandle W F The I R B and the Beginnings of the Gaelic Athletic Association in Irish Historical Studies Vol 20 No 80 September 1977 pp 418 438 Mandle W F Parnell and Sport in Studia Hibernica No 28 1994 pp 103 116 McElligot Richard Degenerating from sterling Irishmen into contemptible West Britons The GAA and Rugby in Kerry 1885 1905 in History Ireland Vol 19 No 4 July August 2011 pp 28 31 McElligot Richard 1916 and the Radicalization of the Gaelic Athletic Association in Éire Ireland Volume 48 Issue 1 2 2013

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Library & Archive | GAA Thesis Collection
    Archive Collections GAA Library Collection GAA Article Collection GAA Thesis Collection Articles on the history of the GAA Archive Shop Subscribe to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email GAA Thesis Collection The GAA Library and Archive is committed to centralising all third level theses related to the Gaelic Athletic Association These theses listed below are available to view in the Library Reading Room only under no circumstances whatsoever will copies hardcopy or electronic be provided to third parties Access to these theses is provided using the Library and Archive application form Challoner Dara 2013 Gaelic Athletic Association County Grounds Acquisition Location Development History and Architecture Clement Julien 2010 The Gaelic Athletic Association and the Emergency Flynn Thomas 2010 The Gaelic Athletic Association in County Longford 1888 1923 Moore Cormac 2010 An Astounding Moment of Aberration The Removal of Dr Douglas Hyde as Patron of the GAA O Carroll Ross 2010 The Gaelic Athletic Association 1914 1918 O Malley Eoin 2009 An Analysis of the Development of the GAA in Clare 1884 to 1925 Rusham Christian 2011 Gaelic Games and the upsurge of modern sports in Britain The GAA and its ambivalent contribution to Irish identity 1873 1913 Sheppard

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Library & Archive | Articles on the history of the GAA
    Article Collection GAA Thesis Collection Articles on the history of the GAA A Biography of Michael Cusack The Foundation of the Gaelic Athletic Association The 1887 Split The 1888 American Invasion Tour The Purchase of Croke Park Bloody Sunday 1920 The GAA 1916 1924 The GAA and the Tailteann Games The Removal of Douglas Hyde as Patron of the Association 1938 The GAA in America pre 1947 The 1947 Polo Grounds Final Amateurism v Professionalism The 1954 debate Luke O Toole General Secretary of the GAA 1901 1929 Padraig O Caoimh General Secretary of the GAA 1929 1964 Archive Shop Subscribe to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email Articles on the history of the GAA Below are a series of articles on key events and personalities of the GAA s history These articles were written using the archives of the GAA and published in the Irish Times throughout 2009 as part of the GAA Museum s 125 celebrations Please click on a link below to view the article A Biography of Michael Cusack The Foundation of the Gaelic Athletic Association The 1887 Split The 1888 American Invasion Tour The Purchase of Croke Park Bloody Sunday 1920 The GAA

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  • Croke Park | GAA Museum & Tours | Visit us | Special Offers | Special offer for GAA Juvenile Groups
    and exclusive offers Email Special offer for GAA Juvenile Groups The GAA Museum special offer for GAA Clubs is back Take your club s juvenile team on a tour of Croke Park Stadium visit the GAA Museum and interactive games area have your photo taken with the Sam Maguire and Liam MacCarthy Cups and enjoy lunch for just 11 per child One mentor goes free with every ten children Your team can go behind the scenes at Croke Park and enjoy an access all areas trip through the home of Irish sport The group will pay a visit to the team dressing rooms and walk pitchside via the players tunnel just like their GAA heroes Croke Park Stadium Tours also include access to the corporate level the VIP section and media centre and our experienced guides offer a unique insight into match days at GAA Headquarters Groups will spend time in the GAA Museum and test their Gaelic Games skills in the purpose built interactive area Our games include the popular hurling speed test Gaelic football accuracy trial high catch competition and reflex challenge Lunch is provided after the tour and included in the 11 ticket price Group bookings for

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  • Croke Park Stadium. Home of the GAA Museum and Prime Dublin Visitor Attraction
    Contacts Gift Vouchers Image Gallery Junior Explorer Subscribe to our newsletter for news and exclusive offers Email Senior Citizens Day The GAA Museum is delighted to announce that every Monday is Senior Citizens Day at the Museum Every Monday senior citizens are invited to visit the GAA Museum and take a behind the scenes guided tour of Croke Park Stadium for just 6 50 a discount of 3 on the

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