Letter from James Connolly [to William O'Brien?] advising against believing [James] Larkin in relation to a couple of matters, and about roles and abilities within the party,
1911 May 24.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly refers to Larkin as "dangerous because unbelievable". He also refers to people including [Michael] McKeown and Miss [Kathleen M.] Shannon ("Miss Devoy"). Lastly, he writes that he expects his family to arrive [from the United States] that night, and gives his private address as "1 Glenalina Terrace / Falls Road / Belfast".
Letter inscribed on headed paper "Socialist Party of Ireland. / 5 Rosemary St, / Belfast".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).