Letter to William O'Brien from Desmond Ryan providing an account of the [January 1916] kidnapping of James Connolly, enclosing copies of Devoy letters,
1949 August 9.
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|Main Creator:||Ryan, Desmond, 1893-1964|
Ryan writes that while initially angry at being kidnapped, Connolly "later became so enthusiastic that the trouble was to persuade him to go home". Ryan also refers to a visit to Germany by Joseph Plunkett in early 1915.
Letter addressed from "Oulart, / Forrest Road, / Swords." [Co. Dublin].
The enclosures are not extant.
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).