Letter from Thomas J. Hoare to Cornelius F. Neenan, giving his opinion that a [Clan-na-Gael] public meeting in Springfield would not amount to much due to having the Easter [Rising] commemorations too near the same time and asking Cornelius F. Neenan to instead name his own date,
1930 April 9.
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|Main Creator:||Hoare, Thomas J.|
Letter makes a reference to the visit of Frank Ryan to the US in early 1930.
Manuscript in blue ink on headed paper: "Thomas J. Hoare / 12 Clinton Avenue / Westfield, Mass[achusetts]".
Letter replied to in MS 17,467/5/17.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).