A pamphlet based on an address delivered by Declan Bree , at the annual Jim Gralton Commemorative Weekend on the 8th May 1994 at Drumshambo, Co. Leitrim. It contains also an introduction by Michael D. Higgins.
“The Road To Peace” -Decan Bree – 1994 Gralton Labour History Committee September 12, 2021
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The Sligo Star – November 1976 -Sligo CYM February 5, 2021
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The November 1976 Edition of The Sligo Star produced by The Sligo CYM and supporters. It’s interesting in that it has a broader coverage of culture and local issues than many Left Wing papers. Many thanks to the sender
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From a publication “Labour Report to National Conference 1991 – 1993” a piece on the merger between Labour and The Independent Socialist Party (Sligo/Leitrim) (you can find one of their leaflets here)
Frank Dobbs -Progressive Democrat Sligo-Leitrim 1987 October 7, 2009
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Frank Dobbs flyer from 1987 in Sligo Leitrim. The text is as corny as you’ll get.
What’s unusual is that four years later in the 1991 Local elections Frank Dobbs stood for Declan Brees Sligo-Leitrim Independent Socialist Organisation.
Declan Bree -Sligo/Leitrim Independent Socialist Organisation -1987 General Election September 9, 2009
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Declan Bree of the Sligo/Leitrim Independent Socialist Organisation from 1987. Long before he joined (and left) the Labour Party. In this 1987 Election Bree polled 2,584 votes and failed to win a seat.