Letter from Joseph J. Hearne of California to William O'Brien thanking him for sending on a copy of his paper 'The Voice of Labour', introducing him to Michael Scanlon who will be visiting Ireland and is involved in the Labour movement in the US and also asking whether the "Irish people really are as democratic" as they are led to believe ,
1924 Jun. 15.
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|Main Creator:||Hearne, Joseph J.|
Hearne wirtes of the Labour movement in Ireland "I see you have been having troubles within the labor ranks also, and I am glad that you have been able to put Mr James Larkin in his proper place, but I guess as long as he has a following, he will cause you people a certain amount of trouble.".
Letter includes author's address as "610 Western Meat Co., / South San Francisco, / California".
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