Copy of letter to James Connolly from George D. Parker regarding Connolly's arrival in Cork the following week,
1911 February 22.
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|Main Creator:||Parker, George, Socialist Party of Ireland|
Taylor writes that he approved of an unnamed resolution, and also refers to comrades [John] Dowling, "O'Leary" and "old Fabian" Harry Dawson, Head of the Telegraph Department at the General Post Office.
Letter addressed from "10 Tuckey Street, / Cork." to Connolly in Belfast, with a handwritten annotation "Commanacht na hEireannn / 80 Old George's St. Cork.".
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