Copies of letters from Thomas J. O'Brien to his relatives giving an account of his life and travels, and telegram seeking to trace O'Brien's family following his death,
|Main Creator:||O'Brien, Thomas John, 1878-1928|
Among the countries O'Brien wrote from are Mexico, Panama, Jamaica, Morocco, Syria, Turkey. In his letters, O'Brien refers to people including James Connolly, Jack Mulray and members of the Lyng family such as George and Jack. O'Brien died on the 19th of September 1928 on board "De Grasse" en-route to New York.
Items are enclosed in a cardboard folder bound with string, with manuscript annotation on the front cover listing members of the O'Brien family and certain people who read the letters, with a count of letters on the rear cover.
Physical description: 1 item (C. 120 pages).