Letter from Joseph McGarrity to [Patrick McCartan] regarding Douglas Hyde's American tour and stating that "all leagues and parties and creeds could meet on the platform of the Gaelic League",
1905 December 8.
|Main Creator:||McGarrity, Joseph, 1874-1940|
Discusses John Redmond's United Irish League. Also makes reference to a letter from Oliver Gogarty (MS 17,458/1) regarding his poem 'Fenian Days' and mentions Jim Reilly, William Crossin, "Mangan", "Mooney", "Tobin", Father Donnelly, John Clarke, Dan Wade, Father Coughlan, Tim Daily, Denis Gallagher, "Ryan", David Marshall, John Devoy and others, the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Dungannon Clubs, Clan-na-Gael and fundraising for the Hyde campaign. Also mentions the treatment of native Americans.
Letter addressed from "Philadelphia" and inscribed on headed paper "New York" (crossed out), and on headed paper "Philadelphia". Enclosed material no longer extant.
Physical description: 1 item (12 pages).