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McArdle was a specialist in anatomical surgery, focussing on the treatment of fractures. During the Rising, he tended to the wounded at St. Vincent's Hospital.

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A source detailing the most important landmark buildings used as defence posts by the insurgents during the 1916 Rising.

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Major George Harris' letter, expressing concern about the security of the ammunition being stored at RCSI.

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Some letters, including one from Thomas Clifford to his brother, and relics used for protection during the Rising, are displayed here.

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Display of homemade can-bombs in the RCSI Board Room.

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An account of Madeleine French-Mullen's involvement in the 1916 Rising. As a seargent of the Irish Citizen's Army, she was responsible for the running of the first aid station at St. Stephen's Green during the 1916 Rising.

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A map and accompanying narrative, stating RCSI's relationship with St. Stephen's Green, both of which were instrumental locations in the narrative of the 1916 Rising. The map was part of the exhibition in order to contextualise RCSI in the greater…

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An account of Margaret Skinnider's involvement in the 1916 Rising. The daughter of Irish emigrants in Glasgow, Skinnider joined the Irish Citizens' Army and trained in practice drills. She was in Dublin for the start of the Rising.

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A demonstration of the medical kit used in the first aid station at RCSI during Easter Week, 1916

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An account of Michael Francis Cox's involvement in the 1916 Rising. Cox was a well-established physician associated with St. Vincent's hospital, the Coombe Hospital, and Temple Street Children's Hospital. During the 1916 Rising, he tended to the…
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