Letter from D.J. O'Sullivan to Cornelius F. Neenan about a new member looking to join "C [Camp] 95" [of Clan-na-Gael]: James Nea, formerly of the IRA West Meath IRA Brigade who left the IRA in 1927 and is looking to "belong again", with the scene in Providence otherwise stagnant,
1930 January 20.
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|Main Creator:||O'Sullivan, Denis J. (Clan-na-Gael, Providence)|
Letter addressed to: "Mr. A. Heenan / Room 207, 1947 Broadway, / New York" and addressed from: "338 River Avenue, Providence. R.I.".
The letters "C-95 D6" are written after D.J. O'Sullivan signed his name, possibly meaning "camp" and "district" in Clan-na-Gael's terminology.
Letter replied to in MS 17,467/6/3.
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).