Copy of letter to James Connolly from P.L. Quinlan regarding "the cheap edition" of Connolly's 'Labour in Irish history', the death of Daniel De Leon, and an article about the "Dublin Strike" in which James Larkin's parentage was questioned,
1914 May 12.
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|Main Creator:||Quinlan, Patrick L., 1883-1948|
Quinlan refers to an article by Kate Richards O'Hare in '[National] Rip Saw' in which she "more or less accepted the bunk of Jim being the son of James Carey the informer". He also asks for copies of the 'Irish Worker', refers to a "war" in Colorado and other places, and gives the date of De Leon's death as 11th May.
Letter addressed from "104, Jackson Street, Passaic, N.Y., U.S.A".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).
Item is torn from left to right and a portion on the left is missing. Handle with care.