Copy-letter from William O'Brien to D. O'Sullivan, Ballingarry branch secretary, Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, expressing surprise that the local parish priest denounced the red flag, emblem of the labour movement,
1921 September 16.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien suggests that the local parish priest [Rev. Hickey] is obviously unaware of the red flag's origins, describing Jim Connell's song of the same name and declaring "The flag that Connolly honoured with his support is surely good enough for all Irish workers".
O'Sullivan's previous letter may be found at MS 15,676/1/63.
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