Letter from Jack Ashe [to Cornelius F. Neenan?] upon his return from holidaying in Ireland, about how he heard that a CID [Criminal Investigation Department] man called Kennedy is coming from Ireland to New York to visit the McLaughlin family, and that if this is important, he could obtain more information from the McLaughlin family,
[1930?] October 27.
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|Main Creator:||Ashe, Jack (USA)|
The CID in Ireland was disbanded in 1923, so Kennedy is either a former member or the use of the name here is outdated.
Manuscript in black ink on pink paper.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).
Letter addressed from: "135 Patton St[reet] / Springfield [Massachusetts]".