Letter from James Connolly to [J.W. O'Beirne,] manager of the 'Irish Nation', providing content for the January [1908?] issue of 'The Harp' and making arrangements for its printing since he has "resolved to give up the contract",
 December 1.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly refers to the Socialist Party of Ireland perhaps accepting "paper as their official organ", and also asks about the likelihood of getting his 'Labour in Irish history' published in Ireland.
Letter is addressed from "Roswell, New Mexico / US.A.".
While the letter appears to be dated 1907, other letters on the same subject (MS 13,908/1/14 and MS 13,908/1/15) indicate that it is 1909 and the first issue January 1910.
For a typescript copy of this item, see MS 13,940/2/15.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).