Letter from Jim Hegarty to Liam Pedlar complaining of the attitude of former I.R.A. men and that more activity is needed in Ireland,
1925 October 7.
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|Main Creator:||Hegarty, Jim|
Letter from Jim Hegarty to Liam Pedlar offering him advice on investments in stocks. Hegarty laments the lack of attendence at meetings of the American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic, and feels that there needs to be more activity to keep members interested. He expresses his irritation at the attitude of former I.R.A. members.
Manuscript in ink.
Address on envelope: "Mr. Liam Pedlar, 3 East 42 St., N.Y.C., A.A.R.I.R.".
Letter addressed from: "3136 Marker St, W. Phil.".
Physical description: 1 item (6 pages with envelope).