Letter from the White Star Line, New York, to James Connolly, Troy, New York, advising him that the "Cymric" does not have his requested "second saloon" and hoping he has secured passage to Ireland on the "Celtic", at the conclusion of his lecture tour of the United States and Canada,
1902 December 23.
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Inscribed on headed paper "White Star Line / 9 Broadway, / New York".
Addressed to Connolly care of "Humes, / 447 Tenth St., / Troy, N.Y."
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