Letter from Victor Collins, Paris, to Michael Francis Doyle, Philadelphia, regarding Thomas St. John Gaffney's and his wife's passport difficulties in Switzerland and their treatment by the US government,
1919 June 10.
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|Main Creator:||Collins, Victor|
Victor Collins is appealing for Doyle's help on behald of the Gaffney's and asking him to send them a cheque. Mentions Miss Winifred Lawson, Patrick Lee, Governor Dunne, Mr Walsh and John Devoy.
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