Copy of letter from John Carstairs Matheson to James Connolly about the possible provision of a letter to Connolly about his "stainless and meritorious record in the Socialist Labout Party", party troubles in the United States and the United Kingdom,
1908 February 16.
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|Main Creator:||Matheson, John Carstairs|
Matheson also expresses views about representation in Ireland and of Irish people in England, and in terms of American activities, refers to people including [Frank] Bohn, [Henry] Kuhn, [William Dudley] Haywood and [Elizabeth Gurley] Flynn.
Original letter is inscribed on headed paper ""The Socialist." / (Organ of the Socialist Labour Party. / Editorial and Publishing Offices- / 28 Forth Street, / Edinburgh." and addressed from "Islay House / Tarbert, Lochfyne".
This is a typescript copy of MS 13,906/1/25.
Physical description: 1 item (8 pages).