Copy of a letter from John Carstairs Matheson to James Connolly enquiring how Connolly is getting on in America, and and suggesting that Connolly write the English verse of the translation of a German socialist song,
1903 December 4.
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|Main Creator:||Matheson, John Carstairs|
The German song is referred to as "The Socialist March". Among other mentions are Jack Lyng, advertising in the 'People' [American paper of the Socialist Labor Party of America], a man in Antwerp called Van Kerkwoorde, and "Dan" [Daniel de Leon?].
Original letter is inscribed on headed paper "Socialist Labour Party / of Great Britain / "The Socialist" Official Organ. / Editorial Office - 63 Adelphi Street, S.S., / Glasgow.".
This is a typescript copy of MS 13,906/1/4.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).