Letter from Jerry J. Kirwin to the Clan-na-Gael Executive in response to the Wilmington Camp being allowed to stay within Clan-na-Gael, assuring them that its few remaining members will "overcome this Depression and come back strong",
1930 August 8.
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|Main Creator:||Kirwin, Jerry J.|
The letter suggests that there had been some kind of split or mutiny amongst the Clan-na-Gael Wilmington Camp, Camp 214 of District 12.
Manuscript in pencil on plain paper.
Letter addressed from: "Camp 214 D.[istrict] 12" at "1307 Scott St / Wilmington Del[aware]".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).