Copy-correspondence concerning James Larkin's expulsion from the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union,
1924 March 3-18.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
Comprises a letter from William O'Brien to Larkin, informing him that a meeting has been called to consider his expulsion, dated 3rd March ; a letter from Larkin to O'Brien, noting enclosure of a letter to Thomas Foran, dated 7th March ; a letter from Larkin to Foran, requesting the particulars under which he is being charged, dated 7th March ; a letter from O'Brien to Larkin, detailing the particulars under which he is being charged, dated 8th March ; a letter from Larkin to Foran and the Executive Committee, refuting the charges and challenging the Union rules, dated 13th March ; and a letter from O'Brien to Larkin, announcing his expulsion from the Union, dated 18th March.
With a cover note reading "Official. At a meeting of the E.C. [Executive Committee] held on March 14th, James Larkin, who was suspended as General Secretary on June 11th 1923, was expelled from membership of the Union. The following correspondence on the subject is published for the information of members of the Union:-".
Physical description: 1 item (9 pages).