Letter from Philip Connally to Patrick McCartan expressing his wish to register as a citizen of Ireland in the United States and to establish his allegiance to the Irish Republic,
1918 September 22.
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
Philip Connally writes to McCartan in his capacity of Ambassador of the Republic of Ireland and asks him to secure the rights of Irish citizens. Connally was originally from "Drummond Dungannon / Co. Tyrone", and gives his address as "c/o H. Tohill / 1701, Church St / San Francisco".
Letter addressed from "San Fransisco, Cal.", and addressed to "Dr. Patrick M Cartan / 1213-15 Filbert Street / Philadelphia, Pa".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).