Partial letter from James Connolly [to Thomas J. Lyng] about Connolly's proposed tour in the United States,
1902 May 26.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
In writing of the need to form more branches, Connolly refers to Cork, Drogheda and Belfast and proposes the appointment of an organising secretary to advance the plans. He also refers to [Harry] Kuhn and Dan Irving.
Letter addressed from "c/o McMurran / 39 Greenfield St / Govan / by Glasgow"
Item consists of the first 4 pages only. For a manuscript copy of the full letter, see MS 13,912/4/7. For another partial, typescript copy, see MS 13,940/2/5.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).
Item is torn in the centre of both sheets. Handle with care.