Letter to William O'Brien from Thomas J. Lyng thanking him for a copy of 'Labour and Easter week' and in praise of O'Brien's foresight in collecting documents during the "turmoil" and in spite of the danger,
1949 December 2.
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|Main Creator:||Lyng, Thomas J.|
Lyng writes that O'Brien would have been shot by the Dublin Metropolitan Police or Royal Irish Constabulary, had he not kept "the evidence" hidden.
Letter addressed from "2953 Marion Ave. / Bronx 58, N.Y. U.S.A".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).