Newspaper cuttings concerning James Larkin and the foundation of the Independent Labour Party, and his imprisonment for fraud and subsequent release,
|Main Creator:||Evening Telegraph (Dublin, Ireland)|
Includes cuttings from the 'Labour Leader', dated 24th April 1908 ; from an unidentified paper, dated February 1909 ; from the 'Evening Telegraph', dated 25th June 1910 ; from "S.C.", dated 3rd July 1910 ; from 'The Freeman', dated 15th September 1910 ; from the 'Evening Telegraph', dated 1st-3rd October 1910 ; from an unidentified paper, dated 3rd October 1910 ; from 'Forward', dated 15th October 1910 ; and from the 'Evening Telegraph', dated 29th-30th October 1910.
Envelope is headed "Irish Transport and General Workers' Union / Head office: 35 Parnell Square, Dublin, C.16 / Telephone: Dublin 44334". With notes on the cuttings concerning Larkin's release, in William O'Brien's hand.
Physical description: 1 item (14 newspaper cuttings and 1 envelope).