Typescript letter from P. J. O' Brien to William O'Brien regarding articles written on him in the 'Nenagh Guardian' and 'Unity' and also problems that have arose with elections in Counties Westmeath and Meath,
1943 Jan. 07.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, P. J.|
P. J. O'Brien makes reference to "The Little Captain" and his opposition at having "McGuirk" in the elections. He also writes of the Little Captain having "pulled the wool over the eyes of A.C.".
Letter is typed on headed paper "Irish Transport & General Woker's Union" and includes the branch address as "Connolly Hall, Cork.". Letter is annotated with "Personal".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).