Letter from Cathal O'Shannon to William O'Brien listing material of which he would like copies [for preparing a book about James Connolly's writings],
1921 May 31.
This item is under copyright. The digital images may only be viewed via the online catalogue in the National Library Reading Rooms.
|Main Creator:||O'Shannon, Cathal, 1889-1969|
O'Shannon agrees with O'Brien's previous suggestion that he consult newspapers of the time, noting the importance of getting "the contemporary atmosphere", including in the United States and particularly in relation to Daniel De Leon. He also refers to preparations for a Congress, the "C.H. affair" being a shock, and gerrymandering in northern Irish elections.
Physical description: 1 item (9 pages).