Draft letter from William O'Brien to James A. Seddon with an outline of the distribution of the contribution from the British Trades Union Congress and describing the "poverty and destitution" of the lockout and victimised Dublin workers,
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien dscribes the vicitimisation of Dublin workers from the Irish Transport and General Workers Union and the Women Workers Union.
Writes "I am personally aware of this my self as I am often in Liberty Hall and hear harrowing tales of women and children starving in miserable homes without clothes to go out in or a fire in the room and from which everything that w[oul]d be taken in pawn had been pledged".
Inscribed on verso of circular letter from the "Irish Trades Union Congress Parlimentary Committee" regarding the Insurance Act.
See MS 13,913/1/100 for Seddon's original letter.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).