Partial copy of letter to James Connolly from Marie Johnson regarding Connolly's "new arrangement" and the employment of Miss [Winifred] Carney [as secretary of the Irish Textile Workers' Union],
1912 September 24.
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|Main Creator:||Johnson, Marie|
Johnson writes of not liking to charge for work she did, and of how Winifred Carney, though "more retiring than your other assistant" will "push the Society".
Letter addressed from "13 Ranfurly Drive, / Belmont Road" [Belfast].
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).