#OTD in 1921 – The Irish White Cross was established on as a mechanism for distributing funds raised by the American Committee for Relief in Ireland.

The Irish White Cross was initiated by Larry O’Neill and managed by the Quaker businessman, and later Irish Free State senator, James G. Douglas. The White Cross continued to operate until the Irish Civil War and its books were officially closed in 1928. From 1922 its activities were essentially wound down and remaining funds divested […]

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#OTD in 1921 – The Irish White Cross was established on as a mechanism for distributing funds raised by the American Committee for Relief in Ireland.

The Irish White Cross was initiated by Larry O’Neill and managed by the Quaker businessman, and later Irish Free State senator, James G. Douglas. The White Cross continued to operate until the Irish Civil War and its books were officially closed in 1928. From 1922 its activities were essentially wound down and remaining funds divested […]

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#OTD in 1921 – The Irish White Cross was established on as a mechanism for distributing funds raised by the American Committee for Relief in Ireland.

The Irish White Cross was initiated by Larry O’Neill and managed by the Quaker businessman, and later Irish Free State senator, James G. Douglas. The White Cross continued to operate until the Irish Civil War and its books were officially closed in 1928. From 1922 its activities were essentially wound down and remaining funds divested […]

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#OTD in 1921 – The Irish White Cross was established as a mechanism for distributing funds raised by the American Committee for Relief in Ireland.

The Irish White Cross was initiated by Larry O’Neill and managed by the Quaker businessman, and later Irish Free State senator, James G. Douglas. The White Cross continued to operate until the Irish Civil War and its books were officially closed in 1928. From 1922 its activities were essentially wound down and remaining funds divested […]

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