Letter from Kuno Meyer to Joseph McGarrity, agreeing to come to an Irish meeting in Philadelphia if the date suits him, and how the "ruthless murders [in the Easter Rising], especially poor gentle [Francis Sheehy-]Skeffington's leave him no peace", for which he blames John Redmond for his "open betrayal of the cause of Ireland" that "began in april 1914,"
1916 May 14.
|Main Creator:||Meyer, Kuno, 1858-1919|
Manuscript in black ink on plain card.
Letter addressed from: "Hotel Willard / New York City".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).