Letter from Margaret Gavan Duffy, with postscript from George Gavan Duffy, to Joseph McGarrity regarding Roger Casement, and the work of the American delegates in trying to secure recognition of the Irish Republic,
1919 June 27.
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|Main Creator:||Duffy, Margaret Gavan, 1876-1967|
Margaret Gavan Duffy praises "Mr Walsh" and mentions "Governor Dunne", "Mr Ryan" and "Seoirse". George Gavan Duffy mentions the work of "Mrs J. R. Green" on Casement, regretting that he is not more widely remembered, and mentions De Valera.
Letter inscribed on headed paper "Délégation du Gouvernement Élu / de la / République Irlandaise / Grand-Hotel - Paris".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).