Letter from William O'Brien in New York to "Cissie" [Mary Francis O'Brien] describing his travel arrangements and difficulties in obtaining a plane back to Ireland, the meetings he has had with various people, including the lawyer who prosecuted Jim Larkin, and also discussing his day with "Tom's widow" [Thomas O'Brien],
1946 Jul. 31.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien writes of Tom's widow "Her maiden name was Cox and her grandfather was born in Ireland, or came here when very young. She is a pacifist, anti-Jewish, anti-communist and very, very anti-Roosevelt, believing him responsible for all the worlds present troubles.".
Letter is written on "Hotel Commodore / "New York's Best Located Hotel" / 42nd Street, Right at Grand Central Terminal, New York 17, N.Y." headed paper.
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