Letter from [R. J. Cremins?] to William O'Brien thanking him for his note of congratulations [regarding his new post as] secretary to the Post Office and reflecting on days passed,
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
[Cremins?] writes "....and if any one had prognosticated in those days that in the year of Grace 1938 you would be a dominant, or I should say the dominant figure in the Irish Labour world and I the [first?] secy. to the Post Office- well would we or would we not have laughed ourselves to death?".
Letter is written on "Ard Oifig an Phuist, Baile Átha Cliath. / (General Post Ofice, Dublin.)".
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