Statement by William O'Brien describing a meeting of the Socialist Party of Ireland to discuss the possibilty of a lecture tour for James Connolly and his return from the United States,
1910 April 10.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien lists the attendees at the meeting, Larkin's desire to "retain C[onnolly] permanently in Ireland", and the establishment of the Connolly Tour Committee.
Includes copies of two additional statements desribing meetings on the 23rd May 1910 and the 30th May 1910 at which Walter Carpenter presided, during which details regarding Connolly's return to Ireland were discussed and decided upon, including his role as national organiser of the Socialist Party of Ireland whilst he is in the country and advertising the lecture tour.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).