Copy letter from Michael Collins to William O'Brien forwarding on a mesage "from a very reliable source" of possible enemy spies attempting to gain access to meetings and any information on Irish Trade Unions,
1921 Jul. 06.
|Main Creator:||Collins, Michael, 1890-1922|
Collins writes "From what I know of the way the Enemy regard the Unions, I am sure the Transport would be the first body to be dealt with.".
Letter includes O'Brien's address as "Liberty Hall".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).