Partial letter from James Connolly [to Thomas J. Lyng] seeking assurance about monies he has sent to Ireland and providing details about a coal miners' strike in Pennsylvania,
1902 September 29.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly likens an American injunction to a coercion proclamation and contrasts strikes organised by socialists with those by non-socialists. In the full letter, it is clear that Connolly intended his text on the coal miner's strike, and a copy of the related injunction, not extant, for publication in the 'Workers' Republic'.
Letter, consisting of pages 1 and 2 only, addressed from "Providence, Rhode / Island".
The end of this letter can be found at MS 13,940/1/5. For a full copy of the letter, see MS 13,912/4/13.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).