Letter from Joseph McGarrity to General Frank Aiken discussing their policy, the financial involvment of Clan na Gael in elections in Ireland and the divisions amongst the Republican party,
1926 September 1.
|Main Creator:||McGarrity, Joseph, 1874-1940|
McGarrity thinks it unlikely that the Free State regime will abolish the oath to the English king as it would thereby abolish itself. McGarrity considers the financing of an electoral campaign as a waste of money that should be used to strengthen the republican army.
Typescript with manuscript correction and signature in pencil.
Letter address to "General Aiken, / 11 East 42nd St. / New York, NY".
Paper crumpling in parts.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).