Letter from Patrick McCartan to Joseph McGarrity laying his points for a new policy and calling for a conference to decide on a course of action which all the organisations could adopt,
1920 July 12.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Argues against criticising John Devoy and Judge Daniel Cohalan, who sided against Éamon De Valera. Advocates for cutting ties with the 'Gaelic American'. Mentions James Barry Munnik Hertzog, Harry Boland, "the doctor", "Seamus", Luke Dillon, "O'Mara" [James?] and Éamon De Valera's tendency not to listen to others at conferences. Mentions Sinn Féin, a couple of newspaper and the need for unity of purpose.
Letter addressed from "6144 Columbia Ave / Phila Pa".
Physical description: 1 item (5 pages).
Item in need of conservation. Damage at the bottom of the pages makes reading difficult.