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Argentine GAA Constitution A rule book for the Irish-Argentine Hurling Federation, 1918. Gaelic games were played in Argentina from the 1880s but became more widespread in the early 20th century through a network of Catholic Irish-Argentine schools.
© GAA Museum
Labor Day benefit for widow and 7 kids Flier advertising Labor Day attractions at Innisfail Park (later Gaelic Park), September 1932. The event, held to help a widow and her seven children, comprised four matches followed by Irish and American dancing.
© GAA Oral History Project
Call to hurling practice at Sexton Park A plea for young Irishmen to attend hurling practices at Sexton Park, which was carried in a concert programme published by Conradh na Gaeilge in Liverpool, 14th March 1906.
© Máire Bhreathnach Collection,
Cumann Camógaíochta na nGael
New Haven membership card A membership card for New Haven Gaelic Football and Hurling Club, Connecticut.
© GAA Oral History Project
NY GAA World Tour poster, 1964 In 1964, in celebration of its 50 years in existence, the Gaelic Athletic Association of Greater New York organised a world tour. This poster includes a photograph of the football team selected and a map of the route of the tour.
© GAA Oral History Project
Guinness Southeast Asia Gaelic Games Official programme for the Guinness Southeast Asia Gaelic Games, held at the Nomad's Club, Manila, The Philippines, from the 31st May to the 2nd June 1996.

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