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Eileen Pearson and Marie Donnelly at Whoseday book signing.
Photographs of volunteers at the book signing.

Fax from Mary Redmond to Marie Donnelly discussing the Whoseday book launch.
A handwritten fax from Mary Redmond to Marie Donnelly discussing the success of the Whoseday Book launch and fundraising efforts in both Ireland and America.

Letter of thanks from Claire Goddard to John Waters for his contribution to the Whoseday book.
A typed letter of thanks from Claire Goddard to John Waters for his contribution to the Whoseday book, with handwritten marginalia addressed to Eileen Pearson.

Envelope from Christy Moore to Eileen Pearson.
A postcard from Christy Moore to Eileen Pearson agreeing to attend the Whoseday Book signing.

The National Library of Ireland, Collection List No. 99: The Whoseday Book: the Archive.
A document discussing the listing of the Whoseday Book in the National library of Ireland.

Whoseday book Project close and celebration of project archive donation to National library, invitation letter from Marie Donnelly Nov 2000
Letter from Marie Donnelly inviting guests to attend a celebration of the close of the Whoseday book project on November 28th at 6 p.m. at the Royal College of Physicians.
The project archive was purchased by AIB group and donated to the National…

Dr James Mc Daid TD signs the 'Whoseday Book' at RDS signing September 1999.jpg
Photograph of TD Dr James Mc Daid then minister for Minister for Tourism, Sport and Recreation signing the 'Whoseday Book' at a mass signing in the RDS on September 26th 1999

Eileen Pearson (Left) with Colm Toibin as he signs his page at the signing in the RDS September 26 1999.jpg
Photograph showing Eileen Pearson (seated left) with Colm Toibin as he signs his diary page entry of the 'Whoseday Book' at the mass signing in the RDS on September 26 1999

Valuation of 'Whoseday Book' archive obtained from Mealy's fine art and rare book auctioneers 14.03.2000.pdf
Document outlining the detailed valuation of the 'Whoseday Book' archive obtained from Mealy's fine art and rare book auctioneers Kilkenny in dated March 14.2000. The valuation highlights the unique nature of the archive and values it at £550,000

Valuation of 'Whoseday Book' archive obtained from De Burce Rare Books 18.02.2000.jpg
An image of the valuation of the 'Whoseday Book' archive collection obtained from De Burca Rare Books dated February 18, 2000. The valuation estimates the collection at a value of £500,000
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