Letter to James Connolly from George Dallas, of the Independent Labour Party, expressing pleasure at the news that Connolly might remain in Ireland, and advising him to contact some individuals,
1910 November 22.
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|Main Creator:||Dallas, George, 1878-1961|
Dallas, Secretary of the Scottish Divisional Council, referring to Connolly's mention of James [A.] Allan, encourages Connolly to contact [James O'Connor] Kessack and/or John Wheatley [co-founder of the Catholic socialist Society] instead.
Letter inscribed on headed paper "Independent Labour Party. / Scottish Divisional Council." with an address at "172 Buchanan Street, / Glasgow,".
For a later, related letter, see MS 13,939/2/17.
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