Letter from James Matthews, organiser for the Socialist Labor Party of America, Cleveland section, to James Connolly, arranging to meet Connolly at the train station in Collinswood during his lecture tour of the United States and informing him that he will be wearing a "red button" on the lapel of his coat,
1902 October 11.
|Main Creator:||Matthews, James, Socialist Labor Party (U.S.A.)|
Matthews also gives Connolly the address of the "Volksfreund" office in Cleveland at "239 St. Clair St., 2nd floor, corner of Ontairio and St. Clair". Volksfreund refers to a German language democratic newspaper.
Inscribed on headed paper "State Executive Committee of Ohio, S.L.P. / Cleveland, O[hio]".
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Page torn and reattached with adhesive tape. Handle with care.