Letter from Jim Flannery to Cornelius F. Neenan about how he told his supplier of 'An Phoblacht' not to give him so many copies as he is left with too many unsold copies, and issues in his [Clan-na-Gael] Club such as the success of its Sunday night dances compared to the Saturday ones, his difficulties in getting all but a few members to do their share of Club work, and about one troublesome member,
1930 July 22.
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|Main Creator:||Flannery, Jim (USA)|
Manuscript in black ink on plain paper.
Letter addressed from: "22 Park Terrace. / Hartford, Conn[ecticut]".
The issue of Jim Flannery being sent an excess number of 'An Phoblacht' copies was continued in MS 17,467/1/40.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).