Letter from Eamonn O'Duibir to William O'Brien thanking him for the £20 loan, discussing the "international situation" [WWII] and also of Ireland's policy of neutrality, their victory over conscription and the problem of unemployment and poverty in Ireland,
1939 May 06.
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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].
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).