Letter from Kuno Meyer to Joseph McGarrity, discussing the scene in New York where the Irish-Americans have "at last some chance of...bestirring themselves, with commentary on the war situation in Europe, with Kuno Meyer insisting that the "Balkan states" will remain neutral and there will be more reverses in the Dardanelles "as always",
1915 June 7.
|Main Creator:||Meyer, Kuno, 1858-1919|
The letter makes references to "R.C." [Roger Casement], and tells of how Kuno Meyer's nephew has been killed fighting at Ypres.
Manuscript in black ink on plain paper.
Letter addressed from: "Hotel Willard / New York City".
Physical description: 1 item (1 postcard).