Letter from Patrick McCartan to Joseph McGarrity regarding Father L. P. Murray's need for funds to send boys to an Irish College in Co. Donegal,
1938 August 11.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
McCartan intends to appeal to several societies both in Ireland and in the United States (including Clan-na-Gael) and requests addresses from McGarrity. Mentions Charles T. Rice, Miss Devlin of Pomeroy (Co. Tyrone), the row between Dr Daniel Mannix and Dr Michael O’Hickey over making Irish necessary in the University in 1909, Herbert Spencer Dickey's statement regarding Roger Casement, several newspapers, "Billy", and his intentions to write a book about the Treaty and the Civil War.
Letter addressed from "400 East 59th St / New York".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).