Typescript notes on the history of the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union and the Irish Women Workers' Union, by William O'Brien,
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien describes how James Larkin enforced a male-only membership policy within the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, against James' Connolly's request; how Louie Bennett and Helena Molony reorganised the Irish Women Workers' Union after the 1916 Rising; and how the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union opened admittance to women in 1918. Also mentions Thomas Foran and Delia Larkin.
Published in letter format in the 'Irish Times' on 2nd May 1955 ; see MS 15,676/1/113.
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