Incomplete letter [from Cornelius F. Neenan or Joseph Barnes?] to Owen Cunningham, upbraiding him for wanting certain [Clan-na-Gael] investigated without giving any reasons, asking for Easter lily sale returns to be sent to him as soon as possible, and discussing his proposed boycott of British steamships lines,
1930 July 22.
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|Main Creator:||Barnes, Joseph|
Letter addressed to: "8312 - 12th Avenue. Sp. / Minneapolis, Minn.[esota]" and addressed from: "2 Stone Street. / New York".
Letter of reply to MS 17,423/1/23 from Owen Cunningham to Joseph Barnes, where the names of the men Owen Cunningham wanted to investigate were "John McCashin", "James Lawler", "Michael McNeive" and "John Rowland".
Missing pages after the first.
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).