Copy of letter from James Connolly to the Secretary of the Irish Socialist Party [Owen C. Cullen] resigning from the National Executive Council of the Party and asking it to "refute the slander" of Daniel De Leon's claim that Connolly's United States tour was "in the interest of the "British movement"",
1907 April 29.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Connolly asks for the facts around the tour to be set out, including that the request for a tour came from [Henry] Kuhn, who also suggested that Connolly should be the "agitator" to travel, and the issue of costs.
Item consists of 2 typescript copies of MS 13,940/1/9. One copy identifies the secretary as Owen G. (sic) Cullen.
Letter addressed from "152 Hawthorne Ave / Newark N.J."
Physical description: 1 item (7 pages).