Letter from James Connolly to William O'Brien about what he sees as the likely impact on the Labour movement and the nationalist cause of [P.T.] Daly leading the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union,
1914 October 7
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly expresses dismay at being made responsible for the "insurance section", writes that he may leave the union rather than serve under Daly and looks forward to an update from O'Brien.
Letter, in two halves horizontally across the middle, is inscribed on headed paper "Irish Transport and General Workers' Union / (Head Office: Liberty Hall, Dublin.) / Ulster District Organiser: James Connolly. Belfast Offices: Trade Union, / 122 Corporation Street. / Approved society, 50 York Street."
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).
Item is fragile. Handle with care.