Letter from Eamon O'Duibhir to William O'Brien informing him of his failed business The Gael Co-Operative Society, detailing a new business idea in the milk industry and asking if he could be guarantor, with enclosed pamphlet of said idea and reply letter of rejection from O'Brien as he is at present working on a large overdraft himself,
1925 Mar. 20-25.
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|Main Creator:||O'Duibhir, Eamon, 1883–1963|
O'Brien also writes of being unable to be O'Duibhir's guarantor "......in addition, [I] guaranteed an overdraft for a friend some time ago, so that I am unable to go securtiy for anyone else.".
Letter to O'Brien is written on headed paper "Éamon Ó Duibhir / (Eamon O'Duibhir) / Agricultural & Industiral Organiser / 93 Stella Gardens, / Irishtown, / Dublin".
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