Incomplete account by [William] McMullan of James Connolly and his work in Belfast from 1910,
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|Main Creator:||McMullan, William|
McMullan, a worker at the Harland and Wolff shipyard, writes that he met Connolly first in 1910. Topics include the question of Home rule, public meetings in Belfast, Dublin and elswhere, writings by Connolly and William Walker on the different socialist parties in Belfast and abroad and the "shadows of World War I".
Item consists of pages numbered 1-40 only.
Physical description: 1 item (40 pages).