Copy of letter to James Connolly from Dyer Euger enclosing a dues card, and about socialist meetings in Boston and a Fair,
1904 March 8.
This item is under copyright. The digital images may only be viewed via the online catalogue in the National Library Reading Rooms.
|Main Creator:||Euger, Dyer|
The card to which Euger refers is not extant. He also refers to [John E.?] Wallace and "Lake" in Schnectady and, in connection with meetings in Boston's Faneuil Hall, Professor [Charles W.] Eliot, Frank K. Foster, [William H.] Carroll, [Wiliam H.?] Berry [Leon?] Greenman, and Dr. [Howard A.] Gibbs, whom the author calls a "kangaroo", in reference to the split within the Socialist Labor Party.
Letter addressed from "Boston, Mass[achusetts]".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).