Letter from William McGinley to [William O'Brien] congratulating him on his election as Secretary of the Irish Trade Union Congress and also mentions his displeasure at [P.T.] Daly's election on the Executive,
1918 Aug. 13.
|Main Creator:||McGinley, William J., 1864-1947|
William McGinley also signs himself off as Liam MacFhionnlaic. McGinley writes: "A fitting answer [his election] to the charges and actions of those two Labour Fakins McCarron and Lynch, and also as tribute for the splendid unselfish work accomplished by you on behalf (as you state in your address) of "that unconquered and unconquerable working class of James Connolly's love".".
Letter includes author's address at the time as "Belfast Jail".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).