Letter from James Connolly to an unidentified recipient about his proposed tour of the United States, his image on an engraving, errors in a biography of Connolly, and his return to Dublin the following week,
1902 August 7.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly writes that he fears his US tour will not be a success, not helped by his image as "no sensible person would listen to or come to see a person who looked like that". He also refers to poetry by Mary McNabb Johnson having been declined by 'The Clarion', and [Percy?] Friedberg and O'Lyhane [Con Lehane].
Letter addressed from "Hyde" [England].
For a copy of this letter, see MS 13,932/6, which is in a folder of letters thought to have been addressed to Daniel O'Brien.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).