Letter from John Devoy to Joseph McGarrity regarding other topics that were discussed at the D. A. [Clan-na-Gael] meeting,
1917 April 22.
|Main Creator:||Devoy, John, 1842-1928|
Topics discussed in the letter include a spy named "Fallon who was J. G. of the Bronx club and officer of the Volunteers", Easter Week documents written to the President and the Vice President, the changing of plans following the declaration of war, letters printed in the 'Congressional Record' putting Ireland's claim before thousands of Americans, the readiness of secret service man to act on Easter Sunday, the dissatifaction of some men in their ranks, his narrowly escaping being caught alone in his office on Good friday, and other raids conducted by the Americans of Clan-na-Gael properties.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).
Item damaged by paperclip.