Letter from John J. Lyng to William O'Brien recommending that O'Brien not engage in public discussion around James Connolly's place of birth,
1951 May 23.
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|Main Creator:||Lyng, John J.|
Lyng, referring to the publcation in the 'Irish Democrat' of a Scottish birth certificate for James Connolly, points out that "they have legal papers & ours are only memories of what was said by men, dead and gone". He asks that O'Brien burn his letter, perhaps a reference to MS 13,942/1/12.
Letter addressed from "2952 Marion Ave., / Bronx 58, N.Y. U.S.A."
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