Letter from Henry Kuhn, National Secretary of the Socialist Labor Party of America, to James Connolly, regarding a letter of accusation that Daniel De Leon is holding for him and arrangements for Connolly's final days in the United States,
1902 December 18.
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|Main Creator:||Kuhn, Henry|
Kuhn refers to a letter from "a man in R.I. , James O'Gara by name, who accuses you of having trained with the I.L.P., spoken at meetings arranged by them, etc. De Leon has the letter and is keeping it for you". Kuhn also refers to "a whole raft of bundles here [in New York] for you" including a create from Fall River, Mass., and a farewell affair that has been organised for him in New York.
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 "447--10th st., Troy, N.Y.".
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