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Letter to Fred Cronin at Hare Park Camp (Curragh), Co. Kildare, from Pauline Henley, 9 Minerva Terrace, Cork, about the Irish general elections and the lack of interest in it in Cork,

1923 Aug. 27.

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In Collection: Cronin Papers, 1905-1945
Description: Writes: "... I am beginning this today with elections in full swing. You wouldn't know they were on, though it is a general holiday. There is a complete lack of interest or enthusiasm, as far as I could see. I have no vote here, as I took my University vote in preference .... There are all sorts of contradictory forecasts floating around today after the elections, but I think the Free State folk will get a working majority all right. I am praying that you may all be home soon, but sometimes I feel somewhat depressed at the result, or rather the want of result. Still there is no law against hoping. Results, part of them, might be known tonight (28th)...".
Main Creator: Henley, Pauline
Language: English
Extent: 1 letter (2 pages).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 49,526/25/13 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.