Letter from Peadar O'Donnell, I.R.A. Executive, to William O'Brien informing him that P[atrick] O'Brien has been paid off from work and requesting if William O'Brien can adjust matters in this case in order to help his family,
1922 Jul. 23.
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|Main Creator:||O'Donnell, Peadar|
O'Donnell includes that P[atrick] O'Brien is the father of the late Commandant P[atrick] O'Brien, who was fatally wounded in Wexford, and also the father of Captain Denis O'Brien, who is in Mountjoy Prison with O'Donnell.
Letter is headed with "Mountjoy Prison" and signed off as "I.R.A. Executive". Envelope is addressed "Ald. W. O'Brien, / I.T.& G.W.U. Office / 36 Parnell Sq. / City". For typescript copy of letter see MS 13,961/1/86.
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