Letter to William O'Brien from Nora Connolly-O'Brien thanking him for a copy of 'Labour and Easter week' although expressing some criticisms,
1949 November 21.
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|Main Creator:||O’Brien, Nora Connolly, 1892-1981|
James Connolly's daughter Nora describes the introduction as "too coldly factual to satisfy me" and regrets that some material was left out but otherwise praises the book and asks for O'Brien's autograph. She also writes that [her sister] Fiona and [brother] Roderic have moved back to London.
Letter addressed from "40 Gallymore Park / Drimnagh Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).