Letter from Liam O'Briain to William O'Brien regarding the [January 1916] "arrest" of James Connolly by the Irish Republican Brotherhood,
1926 October 26.
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|Main Creator:||Ó Briain, Liam, 1888-1974|
In response to O'Brien's letter regarding Ó Briain's "The Historic Rising of Easter Week - 1916" in 'The Voice of Ireland, Ó Briain outlines what he heard and discussed about Connolly's disappearance, and for what reasons it might have been carried out. He expresses satisfaction that O'Brien is researching the topic and suggests that he contact Sean T. O'Kelly, Sean-Ghall [Henry Egan Kenny] "in the Dáil Library" and Frank Robbins for further information.
Letter addressed from "University College / Galway".
Physical description: 1 item (9 pages).