Typescript letter from George Gavan Duffy to Patrick McCartan regarding the potential creation of an Entente between France and America as both are "anti-English" and Clemenceau is now gone,
1920 March 25.
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|Main Creator:||Duffy, George Gavan, 1882-1951|
McCartan was "ambassador of the Republic of Ireland" in America. George Gavan Duffy also mentions "Mr De Lue", Mrs Agnes Newman, Roger Casement, Gertrude Bannister, his wife Margaret and De Valera.
Letter inscribed on headed paper "Délégation du Gouvernement Élu / de la / République Irlandaise / Grand-Hotel - Paris".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).