Text by Joseph McGarrity relating to his last meeting with Éamon De Valera, during which the President nominated as him one of the Trustees of Dáil Éireann, and De Valera's departure for Ireland,
1920 December 10 & 11.
|Main Creator:||McGarrity, Joseph, 1874-1940|
Also mentions his fall out with Judge Daniel Florence Coholan. Mentions "Mrs MacSwiney" [Muriel Murphy, wife of Terence] in relation to hunger strikes. Mentions "Bison" and a "likely combine of Russian Soviet Republic and Germany against England and France", "Secretary Begly", "J. L. Fawcett" [Irish Consul General to the U.S.A.?] and "Joe McCartan".
Text inscribed on headed paper "The Commodore / Forty-Second Street and Lexington Avenue / Grand Central Terminal / New York".
Item is fragile and tearing apart, handle with care.
Text typed on envelope: "DeValera's Departure for Ireland / Important / December 9th 1920,. / New York and Philadelphia.".
Physical description: 1 item (10 pages with envelope).