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    Qui non renuntist a poem beginning "Mid pleasant paths my feet are led" by Fitzgerald, Edmund B.

    “…Fitzgerald, Edmund B.…”
    Citation: The Red hand magazine, Vol. I, No. 1, facing p.30, Sept., 1920
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    Fiddling amid the flames (article on Ulster question) by Fitzgerald, Edmund B.

    Published: 1920 “…Fitzgerald, Edmund B.…”
    Citation: The Red hand magazine, Vol. I, No. 1, pp. 45-58, September, 1920
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    The blind man and his dog: a poem beginning ".... and he is blind. This many a day" by Fitzgerald, Edmund B.

    Published: 1920 “…Fitzgerald, Edmund B.…”
    Citation: The Red hand magazine, Vol. I, No. 2, pp. 24-27, October, 1920
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    What about Ulster? by Fitzgerald, Edmund B.

    Published: 1920 “…Fitzgerald, Edmund B.…”
    Citation: The Red hand magazine, Vol. I, No. 2, pp. 46-50, October, 1920
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    Carol: a poem beginning "Twas in a bleak December week" by Fitzgerald, Edmund B.

    Published: 1920 “…Fitzgerald, Edmund B.…”
    Citation: The Red hand magazine, Vol. I, No. 4, pp. 38-39, December, 1920
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    The open door: a poem beginning "Old man, go not to the castle door" by Fitzgerald, Edmund B.

    Published: 1920 “…Fitzgerald, Edmund B.…”
    Citation: The Red hand magazine, Vol. I, No. 4, p. 16, December, 1920
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    The wailing in the wind: a story by Fitzgerald, Edmund B.

    Published: 1922 “…Fitzgerald, Edmund B.…”
    Citation: Green and gold: a magazine of fiction, etc., Vol. II, No. 7, pp. 94-103, June-August, 1922
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