Letter from Jim Flannery to Cornelius F. Neenan, discussing two individuals: "Driscol" who is a bluffer and maybe a "squeeler" [sic], and "O'Flanery" who spoke at a [Clan-na-Gael] dance of his vehemence towards the Irish Free State and Éamon de Valera's decision to enter the Dáil,
1930 June 25.
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|Main Creator:||Flannery, Jim (USA)|
"O'Flanery" compares Fianna Fáil to a cat watching a mouse in a sausage machine, then going into the machine and coming out as a sausage.
Manuscript in black ink on lined paper.
Letter addressed from: "22 Park Terrace / Hartford Conn[ecticut]".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).