Fans snap up O'Hara items from

August 28th, 2018 8:20 AM

By Brian Moore

Maureen O'Hara

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A SPECIAL event was held in Boise, Idaho recently where a collection of memorabilia, once belonging to screen legend and former Glengarriff resident Maureen O’Hara, went up for sale.

The collection, with some items priced at as little as , was put up for sale by Maureen’s grandson and Idaho resident Conor FitzSimons.  Maureen moved from Glengarriff to Idaho in 2013 when she was 93, and passed away two years later.

Items up for sale included clothes, shoes, purses and handbags, as well as a large quilt created with the titles of her films, which was made by a fan. 

Prices started at just with a top value of ,000.

This is the third time Mr FitzSimons has offered O’Hara memorabilia for sale, with the first auction of 240 lots taking place at the famous Sotheby’s auction house in New York. 

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