Letter form "[D.S. Ranglien?]", 184 Julian St., Providence, Rhode Island, to James Connolly, clarifying an issue that arose in relation to Connolly only speaking under the auspices of the Socialist Labor Party while in Rhode Island,
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
The author refers to "Mr. O'Gara" as the "little scotch man who was asking you all about the movement in Glasgow".
Inscribed on headed paper embosssed with the image of a red and white flag which reads "Brown".
Includes annotation "1904?".
Addressed from "184 Julian St. / Providence, R[hode] I[sland]".
Physical description: 1 item (6 pages).