Letter from Eamonn O'Duibir to William O'Brien discussing his worries that the Pensions Board's decisions that will not be decided upon for South Tipperary cases for "some months to come", informing him of his lack of revenue and requesting a loan in order to procure additional cows,
1939 Apr. 19.
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|Main Creator:||O'Duibhir, Eamon, 1883–1963|
Letter includes author's addres as "An bealach, / Crosaire and Ghúlaigh" which translates as "The Way / Goold's Cross", [Co. Tipperary].
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