Letter from William O'Brien to James Connolly communicating the members' pleasure at the news of the formation of a socialist group in New York and referring to pamphlets and articles by Connolly and others,
1907 February 13.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien provides a quote for printing pamphlets 'The New Evangel' and 'Socialism and nationalism', and refers to other pamplets 'The historical basis of socialism in Ireland', 'The rights of Ireland', 'The faith of a felon', and articles by W.J. Bradshaw and about [Theobald] Wole Tone.
Letter inscribed on headed paper "The Socialist Party / of Ireland/ Office," with the address completed as "35 Parliament Street, / Dublin".
A portion of the bottom left-hand corner of the letter is no longer extant.
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).