Letter from John Devoy to Joseph McGarrity stating that if "Jersey" and "Lake" took particular action about the club they would be supplying the British government with the evidence they want and advising McGarrity that there is nothing preventing him from organising a Philadelphia Committee so that their men can control it,
1914 May 19.
|Main Creator:||Devoy, John, 1842-1928|
In this letter John Devoy is keen to come to an agreement on the matter because "things are moving very fast on the other side". This letter outlines his suggestion to devise a workable scheme and submit it for approval,
Inscribed on headed paper: "Office of / The Gaelic American / 165-167 William Street / New York, N. Y.".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).