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Letter to Fred Cronin at Hare Park Camp (Curragh), Co. Kildare, from Pauline Henley, 9 Minerva Terrace, Cork, about the death of Dan Corkery's wife Mary, the establishment of a new political party in Cork called the Progressive Association, and the political mood in Cork,

1923 July 15.

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In Collection: Cronin Papers, 1905-1945
Description: Writes: "...Business is very bad these times. No money going at all. There is some new Party started in the city in view of the elections. They call it the Progressive Association. You'll recognise such names as Stanley Harrington, Tom Dowdall, J.C. Foley & I think Haughton. But nobody seems interested. That's one thing that struck me most since I came home - the general apathy about everything. Nobody is doing anything as far as I can see, and nobody seems to know anything either, nor do they want to know anything".
Main Creator: Henley, Pauline
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (2 pages).
Call Number: MS 49,526/25/6 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.