Letter from Jessie A. McGuinness to Patrick McCartan regarding the funding of the 'Irish Press',
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|Main Creator:||McCartan, Patrick, 1878-1963|
The back of the letter contains a note addresed to Rev. Harvey enclosing a $5 postal order for a five week subscription auxilliary fund for the 'Irish Press'. The letter to McCartan asks for this note to be forwarded to Harvey. This subscription is made following an appeal from Joseph McGarrity to the Joseph Plunkett branch of Friends of Irish Freedom to keep the 'Irish Press' in circulation.
Letter inscribed on paper headed with a coat of arms with a boar on a rope of green and gold, a green field with a rampant lion and a white chief with the red hand of Ulster, and the motto of the McGuiness family "Sola Salus Servire Deo".
Letter addressed from "General Delivery / Germanstown / Pa". Enclosed material no longer extant.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).