Letter from Henry Kuhn, National Secretary of the Socialist Labor Party of America, to James Connolly, regarding travel arrangements, organising dates, his laundry and the importance of reporting his lectures to the 'Daily People' to retain interest in the tour,
1902 September 30.
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Kuhn refers to "Frisco" [San Francisco] and the likelihood "that they will back out, the section being under the sway of an hostile element" and the request of the Canadian N[ational] E[executive] C[ommittee] for Connolly to extend his lecture tour.
Inscribed on headed paper "Socialist Labor Party / of the United States of America / 2,4 & 6 New Reade Street / New York".
Addressed to Connolly care of "James F. Stevens, 16 Lynde Street, Boston, Mass.".
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