Typescript letter from P. J. O'Brien to [William O'Brien] informing him Alfred O'Rahilly is prepared to provide assistance in the preparation of the Labour Party and in the drafting of their Constitution, and also recommending him highly for the position,
1944 Feb. 21.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, P. J.|
P. J. O'Brien writes of O'Rahilly "He is a good Nationalist in its widest sense, and a good lay Catholic who has asserted himself in many matters in very high places and in the present issue we owe him a debt that will take long to repay.".
Includes the author's address "Connolly Hall, Cork.".
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