Copy letter from William O'Brien to Sir John Anderson informing him of a visit to his house by the Crown Forces, the damage they caused to his records which dealt with the Trade Union, Socialist, and Co-operative movements for the past 30 years, the removal of these records from his home and a reply letter on the behalf of Sir John Anderson notifying O'Brien that the case will be thoroughly investigated,
1921 May 24-25.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
Copy letter includes Anderson's address as "Under Secretary, / Dublin Castle.". Reply letter includes O'Brien's address as Irish Transport & / General Workers' Union, / 35, Parnell Square, / Dublin." and is written on "Chief Secretary's Office / Dublin Castle" embossed paper.
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