Letter from Katherine O'Doherty to Joseph McGarrity, praising his ballad as a "masterpiece" and how pleased "the Chief" [Éamon de Valera] was with it, the disastrous election loss for Oscar Traynor and the infighting that caused it, and the bitterness between Margaret Pearse and Kathleen Clarke over the issue of accepting the Easter Rising widows' pensions,
1925 March 19.
|Main Creator:||O'Doherty, Katherine, 1881-1969|
Manuscript in black ink on lined paper.
Letter addressed from: "30 Claude Road / Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (8 pages).