Letter from K[athleen] Lynn to William O'Brien requesting his party put a question to the parliament at the next meeting in order to get Miss Annie MacSwiney off hunger strike as Lynn does not believe she has the resistance for it,
1923 Feb. 27.
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|Main Creator:||Lynn, Kathleen 1874-1955|
Lynn writes of putting the question forward to parliament "common humanity demands it.".
Letter is written on embossed paper "9, Belgrave Road, Rathmines.", which is where she worked as a practising GP.
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