Letter [from Cornelius F. Neenan?] to Thomas J. Hoare, thanking him for his suggestion to send the material to 'An Phoblacht', commenting on the success of his last Club dance and the oddity of the dance of the "opposition" [pro-Free State Irish-Americans?] flopping despite it being free, and his hope that when he comes to Springfield next he will be escorted by a "prominet [sic] man from the other side" with a story to tell,
1930 March 24.
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|Main Creator:||Neenan, Cornelius F., 1894-1979|
Lette refers to the tension between rival Irish-American groups.
Letter addressed to: "12 Clinton St. / Westfield. Mass.[achusetts]" and addressed from: "Tara Halls. / New York".
Letter of reply to MS 17,467/1/8.
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).