Letter from James Connolly to John Mulray about his financial struggle despite having secured employment, his belief that is unlikely he will return to Ireland, and matters in Ireland and New York,
1905 June 19.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly writes that his new role is commission only and that his income wil be low until the company is better established. In relation to the idea that he may return to Ireland, he states that "I have spoken more freely to you than to anybody else about that matter".
Letter addressed on headed paper "Eastern Department. / The Pacific Mutual / Life insurance company of California / (Life Accident & Health / William B. Mann, Eastern Manager / 68 William Street, cor. Cedar, New York / Troy, N.J ./ James Connelly (sic), District Manager / Fulton Building".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).