Collection: William O'Brien (1881-1968) Papers, 1898-1969 >> Extracts from letter from Seamus Hughes to his father, James,...
Extracts from letter from Seamus Hughes to his father, James, describing the conditions in Lewes Jail durng his imprisonment after the Easter Rising,
|Main Creator:||Hughes, Séamus, 1881-1943|
Hughes described the conditions in the prison and compares them to Mountjoy and Portland. He also refers to his journey from Mountjoy to North Wall on the 'Black Maria'.
Hughes was imprisoned in Lewes Jail for his role in the 1916 Rising; he was stationed in Jacob's Factory during the fighting.
Extracts copied by William O'Brien, and includes annotation on verso "Mrs. Greaney".
Physical description: 1 item (6 pages).