Letter from Jack Sheehan to Cornelius F. Neenan, asking for 'An Phoblacht' to be sent to him in the future, with an account of the plays his [Clan-na-Gael] Club are putting on, the proceeds intended for Éamon de Valera with a suggestion from Jack Sheehan that in the future money could be sent to IRA members "in need",
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|Main Creator:||Sheehan, Jack (Pittsfield, Massachusetts)|
There is a mention of "Proinsias O'Ryan" being aquitted by a "Free State court", possibly referring to Frank Ryan. Given how Frank Ryan was editor of 'An Phoblacht' which was surpressed in Ireland in 1931, and Jack Sheehan's complaints about the absence of the newspaper, that might date the letter to that year.
Jack Sheehan discusses personal details such as his mother's death and his brother's impending visit.
Manuscript in black ink on lined paper.
Letter addressed from: "76 Grove St. / Pittsfield Mass[achusetts]".
Physical description: 1 item (5 pages).