To the delegates of the British colonial governments to the British colonial conference:
...regarding my son Harry Gilmore... /
|Main Creator:||Gilmore, Philip|
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Dublin: [s.n.], 1923.
Handbill with correspondence of Philip Gilmore, public accountant in Dublin [bears address "8 Angelsea St, Dublin on 30 October 1923"] to 10 Downing St, London, regarding the imprisonment of his son Harry Gilmore, by the Irish Free State. Includes letter from Harry Gilmore while in 'B' Hut, Tintown Camp, Curragh, to his mother.
Two copies of this handbill are held in the Department of Ephemera.
Physical description: handbill [3 p.]; 22 x 15 cm.