Letter from Jim Sugrue to Cornelius F. Neenan about his cousin, Paddy Quinlan, who is working with several others in New Jersey and wants to make contact with the IRA, and that Quinlan had always been a "very good lad" who had been through the "jails, camps, etc" though he does not know any of the others, and recommending he get in touch with Quinlan,
1930 April 28.
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|Main Creator:||Sugrue, James|
Manuscript in black ink on lined paper.
Letter addressed from: "492 East 139 St / New York City".
Paddy Quinlan would later write in reply to Cornelius F. Neenan in MS 17,467/2/16.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).