Letter from James Larkin to Thomas Foran concerning issues within the Irish labour movement and his displeasure at the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union's inaction in rectifying the situation,
1918 [May or June].
|Main Creator:||Larkin, James, 1876-1947|
Larkin writes "Tell [William] O'Brien and [P.T.] Daly we here are incensed at the apathy they exhibit in neglecting to send information. The other section are monopolising all the credit for the work done. Have they forgotten that there are men here who represent something in Ireland. Insist upon them send us credentials" [sic].
Inscribed on headed paper "James Connolly Socialist Club / Headquarters / 43 West 29th Street / New York".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).