Letter [from Cornelius F. Neenan] to Denis J. O'Sullivan, vouching for James Nea as a new [Clan-na-Gael] member, and telling him to forget about the Councils of the Republic as "there is little possibility of its getting anywhere" and how its leaders were naive in thinking it would be an easy matter to organise such a large organisation given public apathy to the issue of Irish freedom,
1930 February 13.
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|Main Creator:||Neenan, Cornelius F., 1894-1979|
Letter addressed to: "338 River Ave[nue], / Providence, R.I." and addressed from: "New York".
Letter of reply to MS 17,467/2/1.
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