Letter from Michael McCarthy to an unidentified recipient describing tensions between James Larkin, John Lynch and the Irish Transport and General Worker's in Co. Sligo,
1924 December 4.
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|Main Creator:||McCarthy, Michael trade unionist|
McCarthy notes how, during a dispute at Rosses Point dock, James O'Brien "had to punch Johnny's jaw and then the work went on". He believes that "Lynch and Larkin are practically finished in Sligo".
Inscribed on headed paper "Ni saoirse gan saoirse lucht oibre. / Irish Transport & General Workers' Union / (Head Office - 35 Parnell Square, Dublin)". Stamped "Rec'd 5 Dec 1924".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).