Letter from Henry Kuhn, National Secretary of the Socialist Labor Party of America, to James Connolly, regarding a misunderstanding related to Connolly's salary at the conclusion of the lecture tour and his departure date,
1902 December 20.
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|Main Creator:||Kuhn, Henry|
Kuhn writes of an unidentified article that Connolly had referred to "Father Haggerty is a Kangaroo [term refers to a split in the Socialist Labor Party] speaker who has been floating around the country" and Kuhn recommends Connolly warn his comrades in Ireland to avoid the inclusion of such writers.
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 "Mrs. Humes, 447--10th st., Troy, N.Y.".
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