Letter from Charles M. Coghlan, secretary of the Dublin Employers' Emergency Committee, to "W. Kelly" enclosing and urging employers to sign "forms of undertaking",
1924 November 29.
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|Main Creator:||Coghlan, Charles M.|
One form declares that while employers do not object to employing trade unionists, they will not employ "any person refusing to carry out lawful and reasonable instructions". The other form declares that all consigned goods will be collected and no cross-channel goods will be diverted.
Typescript on headed paper "Dublin Employers' Emergency Committee (1924). / Office - Commercial Buildings, / Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).