Letter from Thomas St. John Gaffney to Joseph McGarrity regarding his and his wife's difficult situation in Switzerland as their "moneys & property have been seized" and they have no passports,
 July 24.
|Main Creator:||Gaffney, T. St. John (Thomas St. John), 1864-1945|
Gaffney blames the Wilson government for his precarious situation and mentions his lawyer in Philadelphia, Doyle. Also states that he would like to be appointed Envoy to the new German Government by De Valera and asks McGarrity to "take the matter up with Judge C". Mentions that he will attend the International Socialist Congress and hopes to see some Irish delegates. Also mentions "J.D." [John Devoy], the "G.A." [Gaelic American], "that scoundrel Gimpers", "Frank T. Walsh", "Freeman" and others.
Addressed from "Stadthaus Street 6 Luzern Switzerland".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).