Letter from James Connolly to William O'Brien expressing hope that Connolly's tour has been seen as a success, promoting support for new branches, advising that Belfast people want a conference in Dublin, and declining an offer of employment as an organiser in Ireland,
1910 September 5.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly declines O'Brien's offer of employment for 6 months in the year, citing concern for his family due to the low wages and the possibilbilty of being unemployed for the other 6 months in the year. He also requests that copies of 'Labour' be sent to people including George Dallas of Glasgow, John Leslie of Edinburgh and Frank Pearce of Liverpool. Also enclosed is a receipt for monies received.
Letter addressed from "5 Rosemary St. Belfast".
Physical description: 1 item (6 pages).