Letter from Daniel Breen to [Thomas] Foran discussing his regret at finding out William O'Brien dislikes him and asking Foran to clear up the situation with O'Brien, including cover letter from Thomas Foran to William O'Brien informing him of the enclosed letter,
1944 Jan. 18-21.
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|Main Creator:||Breen, Dan, 1894-1969.|
Breen writes of the assumed reasoning behind O'Brien's dislikening of him "I can only recall one reson and that was a few hot words we had outside Haye's Hotel, Thurles during a general election. I was in very bad form and I was after getting a shot of dope and dope always make me very [cranky?]- I will fight with myself.".
Letter is written on "Dáíl Éireann / Tigh Laighean / (Leinster House) / Baile Átha Cliath / (Dublin)" headed paper. Cover letter includes Foran's address as "24 Victoria Villas".
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