Typescript letter from William O'Brien to P. O'Toole of the Carlow ITGWU requesting his views on actions that can aid farm labourers and also what farms near Carlow town he would like to select to help,
1919 Jul. 02.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien asks O'Toole to provide information such as "which farms it would be best to select, the names and addresses of the farmers, the numer of men likely to be involved, the state of work on each farm, the prospects of success in the event of a strike, whether the previous demand should be now served in the farmers individually, how long they should be given to consider it...".
Letter is typed on headed paper "Irish Transport and General Workers' Union / Liberty Hall, / Dublin" and includes the receipients address as "I.T. & G.W. Union, / Carlow.". Letter is signed by William O'Brien and includes "per S.O'K" [Sean O'Kelly?].
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