Copy and partial copy of letter from Seán T. Ó Ceallaigh to William O'Brien introducing him Mr. Frank P. Walsh of New York, Chairman of the American Commission on Irish Independence, requesting O'Brien organise for him to meet all prominent labour workers during his time in Ireland and also informing him he has become well-acquainted with his brother Thomas John O'Brien,
1919 May 01-1944 Mar. 25.
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|Main Creator:||Ó Ceallaigh, Seán T. (Seán Tomás), 1882-1966|
Also includes extract of this letter with an additional note underneath from Seán Ó Ceallaigh during his time as Tánaiste in the Office of the Tanaiste, Governement Buildings, Dublin, in 1944, expressing his interest in letters he received from an O'Brien brother, as they brought back fond memories "of events and personalities, long since passed away, who exercised not a little influence on the politics of their time and some of them indeed on my own personal political education.".
Typescript letter includes the heading "Gouvernement Provisoire / de la / Republique Irlandaise" and includes Ó Ceallaigh's address as "Grand Hotel / Paris".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).