Letter from James Connolly to an unnamed recipient about a row in Troy, New York over the number of nights on which Connolly would speak, and contrasting the Socialist Labour Party and the Social Democratic Federation,
1902 October 16.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly writes that he worked for 31 days without a day off and requests the letter from the Socialist Labour Party in which he was promised 1 day's rest in 7. He also suggests approaching "the labourers" to ask if they would run Connolly as an election candidate again in Wood Quay Ward in Dublin.
Letter addressed from "Rochester / New York".
For a copy of this letter, see MS 13,932/10, which is in a folder of letters thought to have been addressed to Daniel O'Brien.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).