Letter from Michael H. Enright to Joseph McGarrity deploring that "the spirit of Irish nationalism is dead" following a low attendance at a gathering,
1931 April 24.
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|Main Creator:||Enright, Michael H., Major|
Enright communicates his disapointment: "now to think that with such a guest in our midst, a man of outstanding character and prepared to tell them for the first time the chivalric escapades and hardiships of his gun running voyage in braking thro the British blockade, the response was so cold and miserable it is disgusting and disheartening".
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