Letter from James D. Savage to William O'Brien explaining his delay in replying was due to the hunger strike at the camp, discussing how the writings of James Connolly and his reading of the 'Torch' has altered his political ideology and informing him of his lack of work at present during his three month parole,
1943 Aug. 31.
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|Main Creator:||Savage, James D|
Letter includes author's address as "19 Popes Quay, / Cork".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).