Letter from Henry Kuhn, National Secretary of the Socialist Labor Party of America, to James Connolly, subscription cards for the 'Workers' Republic' and a retraction to an insulting statement made by "Passono" at the outset of a meeting at which Connolly was speaking in Troy, New York,
1902 October 31.
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Kuhn informs Connolly that the National Executive Committee took the stand that "the members of Troy who interfered with your speaking at the meeting you were ready to address, acted utterly without warrant and that the remarks made by Passonowere [sic] an insult that cannot be countenanced by any man".
Inscribed on headed paper "Socialist Labor Party / of the United States of America / 2,4 & 6 New Reade Street / New York".
Addressed to Connolly at "St. Paul, Minn[esota]".
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