Letter from William J. Cassidy, Chicago, to [James Connolly?] informing him of the achievements of socialism in Chicago, asking how the socialist movement in Ireland is faring and asking to meet,
1902 September 24.
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|Main Creator:||Cassidy, William J.|
Includes postscript "I see you are coming to this country under the auspices of the S.L.P. you will have to hurry because their [sic] wont be any left when you get here I used to be a S.L.P. man myself".
Inscribed on headed paper "South Side Joint Labor Day Council" with stamp "Strike at the / Ballot Box / Vote / the / Socialist Ticket".
Includes sender's address "2444-116 St. / Chicago / Ill[inois] / U.S.A."
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).