Letter to James Connolly from C. J. Geddes expressing regret that Connolly left the Socialist Labour Party of Great Britain, and about subscriptions to 'The Socialist', and Connolly's dispute with Daniel De Leon,
1904 June 8.
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|Main Creator:||Geddes, C.J., (Charles J.)|
Geddes writes to his belief that "we made our first mistake as a Party in letting you go". He also refers to "Rafferty" and Thomas Brady, and to [Jack] Fitzgerald, [Horace] Hawkins and Alex Anderson and the formation of the Socialist Party of Great Britain.
Letter inscribed on headed paper "Socialist Labour Party / of Great Britain" with addresses at "63 Adelphi Street, S.S., / Glasgow." and "6 Drummond Street, / Edinburgh".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).