Letter [from Cornelius F. Neenan?] to Jack Ashe, praising him for disrupting a speech by Eoin Mac Neill in Holyoke, and how Frank Ryan laughed to read of it, and asking for a line on the Ladies Club in Worcester as he can find them on the books but nothing else, and how they had their "biggest, greatest and most beneficial boat-ride" [for a Clan-na-Gael event],
1930 June 2.
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|Main Creator:||Neenan, Cornelius F., 1894-1979|
Letter addressed to: "135 Patton St.[reet] / Springfield. Mass.[achusetts]" and addressed from: "New York".
Letter discusses the disruption of a speech by Eoin Mac Neill in Holyoke by Jack Ashe as described in MS 17,467/3/14.
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