Letter from James Connolly to William O'Brien and others, thanking them for their efforts to get Connolly a position in Ireland, expressing his disappointment at that failure, and outlining his ideas for trade unionism in Ireland,
1909 July 5.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly also refers to Thomas Lyng and James Larkin, and to a letter he received from Helen Moloney of 'Bean na hÉireann', suggesting that his Dublin comrades contact her.
Letter is inscribed on headed paper "Grand Lodge District No. 1. KSB / Truth, Love and Justice", struck-through, addressed from "Brazil, Ind[iana]" and giving his home address as "436 E 155 St / New York".
For a partial typescript copy of this item, see MS 13,940/2/13.
For letters from O'Brien to Connolly on this topic, see MS 13,942/4/12-14.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).
Item is fragile. Handle with care.