Letter from William J.M.A. Maloney to Joseph McGarrity, saying that "Pat" has told him that he is making a "herculanean effort" to make his new business a success, and how the Irish Consulate in New York has sent him a copy of Éamon de Valera's speech against Italy which William J.M.A. Maloney finds stange as Italy is "the first power to challenge England since Germany went down",
1935 October 4.
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|Main Creator:||Maloney, William Joseph Marie Alois, b. 1881|
Manuscript in black ink on plain paper.
Letter addressed from: "131 E. 66, / New York".
Letter refers to Éamon de Valera's radio broadcast from Dublin in 1935 where he intimated that Ireland might go to war with Italy in defence of Ethiopia/Abyssinia under the covenant of the League of Nations.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).