Letter from Nora Connolly O'Brien to William O'Brien regarding a position he informed her about in the Distributive Workers Union for her husband Seamus and also informing him that Seamus has put in his application for an exit permit to England,
1941 Jul. 22.
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|Main Creator:||O’Brien, Nora Connolly, 1892-1981|
Connolly O'Brien writes of the position with the union "Seamus had heard of it and made enquiries and had been informed that there was not a ghost of a chance of a non-member being appointed.", and also writes on Seamus's application for the exit permit "I'd rather almost anything than that.".
Letter incldes author's address as "C/o Fox / 39 The Rise / Glasnevin.".
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