Letter from James Connolly to William O'Brien enclosing subscription money for 'The Harp' and requesting a statement of account before sending more, and about his proposed trip to Ireland in July,
1910 May 14.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly writes of the non-delivery of 'The Harp' to American subscribers having "practically killed the hope of new subscribers" and notes that the May issue has not arrived yet in New York. He also mentions that he is now acting editor of 'The Free Press' and will not respond to the offer of a permanent position there before his trip to Ireland.
Letter inscribed on headed paper "The Free Press Pub. Co / Job Printing. / 56 S. Jefferson St. / New Castle, Pa.".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).