Copy of letter from George S. Yates to James Connolly offering pamphlets, informing Connolly that he has temporarily resigned from the Glasgow branch, about preparations for a congress at Blackburn, and asking if Connolly could visit Scotland as a "lecturer" that summer,
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|Main Creator:||Yates, George S.|
Yates writes that he is running the agency through a dead straight man Paul Stewart". He also refers to "Armour" and "the Kangs"".
Letter is addressed from "94 Hill Street / Glasgow".
This is a typescript copy of MS 13,907/3/7.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).