Letter from Cunningham and Kirkpatrick to the Irish Transport and General Worker's Union complaining that their office flooded because the upstairs tenants left the water running, and demanding reimbursement,
1924 October 17.
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The authors write that the wall and ceiling are destroyed and ask the Union to see to the repairs, otherwise the authors will charge them for any work undertaken. They also write that their chocolate stock could not be sold due to soakage in dirty water.
Typescript on headed paper "Cunningham & Kirkpatrick / 29A Eden Quay, / Dublin". Stamped "Rec'd 18 Oct 1924".
The I.T.G.W.U.'s reply may be found at MS 15,676/1/82.
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).