Letter [from Cornelius F. Neenan] to P.J. Gannon about how glad he is to hear his health has improved, his disappointment at the performance of the [Clan-na-Gael] Chicago Club, complications with Indian Nationalists and a rival Irish-American faction, and that he has given P.J. Gannon's name in regards to the setting up of a memorial to the IRA men in Mayo,
1930 June 11.
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|Main Creator:||Neenan, Cornelius F., 1894-1979|
The issue raised in the letter of Indian Nationalists inviting Daniel Cohalan to speak despite being warned not to refers to the split within Clan-na-Gael between Daniel Cohalan/John Devoy and Joseph McGarrity, the latter being who Cornelius F. Neenan sided with.
Letter refers to a massive boat-ride earlier in June which raised the public profile of Clan-na-Gael considerably, also described in MS 17,467/5/21.
Letter addressed to: "6433 Ingleside Ave.[nue] / Chicago. Ill[inois]" and addressed from: "Tara Halls. / New York".
Letter of reply to MS 17,467/1/22.
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