Copy of letter from James Connolly to the Secretary, Irish Socialist Republican Party, enclosing money for papers and giving details about his tour of the United States,
1902 September 23.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly recommends that someone responsible take charge of setting aside money for postage of papers to those who have paid for them. He also refers to Willie Redmond, [George S.] Yates, that "club nuisance" and disreputable characters in political parties replaced by less clever men who inspire respect.
Letter addressed from "Bridgeport / Connecticut".
For the original, manuscript copy of this letter, see MS 13,912/1/24, in a folder of letters thought to have been addressed to a Lyng brother. For a further copy, see MS 13,932/8, which is in a folder of letters thought to have been addressed to Daniel O'Brien.
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).
Item is in fragile condition with the top left-hand corner of both sheets torn and the edges fraying.