Typescript letter from Diarmuid Lynch to William O'Brien congratulating him on his retirement and his article in the 'Irish Press', referring to their meeting pre-1916 and comments made in the article regarding his inclusion in Easter Week and the alterations he may have to make to his 1938 statement if the comments are true,
1946 Mar. 01.
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|Main Creator:||Lynch, Diarmuid, 1878-1950|
The comment in which Lynch speaks was included in the 'Irish Press' as ""He (i.e. yourself) was one of the few who had day-to-day and hour-to-hour information on the plans for the insurrection of Easter Week"."
Letter includes handwritten annotations and corrections. Letter also includes author's address as "Tracton, Ballyfeard, / Co. Cork.".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).