Letter from Helena Molony to William O'Brien regarding the large presence of military and police at "Madame's" funeral, mentioning the disgust felt by the public at this and requesting he raise the question at Parliament of whose orders led to the police and military being there, and includes O'Brien's reply letter,
1927 Jul. 22-1927 Aug. 10.
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|Main Creator:||Moloney, Helena, 1884-1967|
Letter includes author's address as "Frankfurt Tower / Darty".
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).