Copy letters from M[argaret] Rodgers, aunt to Peadar O'Donnell, to William O'Brien informing him of urgent business relating to Peadar O'Donnell in which he has been transferred from the Curragh Camp to Finner Camp, Co. Donegal, as hostage and is to be shot if any activities take place in Donegal and requesting his and the Unions help in this matter,
1923 Apr. 07.
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|Main Creator:||Rodgers, Margaret 1878-|
Rodgers writes "Peadar, as you know, was a labour organiser, and however much you, as a body, are implicated in the blood campaign of the government I expect you shall have some scrap of loyalty left to the members of your own body. If Peadar goes the way of the other brave men you share full responsibility for his murder.".
Letter includes author's address as "24 Eccles St., / Dublin.".
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