Showing 44 results

Archival description
Advanced search options
Print preview View:

27 results with digital objects Show results with digital objects

Artwork of young Adam Lamb.

Painting and poem done in the style of an illuminated manuscript page. Created my Adam Lamb 29 November 1922.

Lamb Family

"Gems of Sacred Poetry" pocket book.

A miniature copy of the sixth edition of "Gems of Sacred Poetry," printed in London for the Religious Tract Society. The inside cover has an inscription, "J E Daunt, 11 Windlor Road, Plymouth."

Lamb Family

OCL P29 Lennon Page 14

Verse from Internee No 832, James Donegan, No 9 Tent B Company:

'O would the God above
Send down a dove with wings as sharp as razors
To cut the throat of those English dogs,
That shot our Irish leaders'

Also a joke from Thomas McGivinchy: 'Happy is the man who sits on a wasp's nest, for he shall rise again.'

Results 1 to 10 of 44