Circular from James Larkin, secretary of the Workers' Union of Ireland, urging a more active participation in the labour movement, recalling recent arbitration action and describing a prospective "Land and Housing Scheme",
1928 December 28.
|Main Creator:||Larkin, James, 1876-1947|
Larkin discusses the struggle against wage reductions in Irish industry, making reference to "scab" labour undertaken by the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union during the Shannon coal lock-out, and the dispute with theatre and cinema proprieter J.J. Farrell.
Comprises two copies of the letter. Typescript on headed paper "Workers' Union of Ireland / Head Office Unity Hall, / Marlboro' Street, / Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (6 pages).