Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 4
Bhí seo le rá ag Mary Macken in Struggle with fortune, 1954: ‘She was too a social figure and she liked it; her hospitality was unbounded, in Dublin and elsewhere, and she practised largess on occasion in and out of College’. Níor fhág an fheamaíl shóisialta sin nár shaothraí mór ar son na hÉireann í
Macken in Struggle with fortune, 1954)
Tharraing an tOllamh Máire Ní Mhaicín an pictiúr seo di in Struggle with fortune; a miscellany for the centenary of the Catholic University of Ireland, 1854-1954, g.d., in eagar ag Michael Tierney: ‘I could never forget her face; small, as she was herself, and lacking any particular distinction of features, it was full always of a dreaming quiet
Nuair a bhí ceist na Gaeilge a bheith éigeantach do Mháithreánach Ollscoil na hÉireann á plé i 1910 ba é a thacaigh le rún Eoin Mhic Néill go nglacfaí le moladh Bhertram Windle, is é sin go mbeadh cúrsa Gaeilge riachtanach do mhic léinn an Choláiste Ollscoile go dtí go dtiocfadh riail na Gaeilge éigeantaí sa mháithreánach i bhfeidhm 1913. Tá cuntas ar a uachtaránacht ag Michael Tierney in Struggle with fortune: a miscellany for the centenary of the Catholic University of Ireland 1854–1954