Letter from Katherine O'Doherty to Joseph McGarrity, complaining at how she has lacked an address for him, thanking him for his letters that kept her "from despair about Ireland", how half the population of the Free State are drawing pensions, how the Free State acted without first consulting the Church authorities, how the Irish language is the "only ray of hope" for Ireland, and about her children,
1929 December 6.
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|Main Creator:||O'Doherty, Katherine, 1881-1969|
Manuscript in black ink on plain paper.
Letter addressed from: "30 Claude Road / Dublin".
Envelope addressed to: "144 S. New York avenue / Atlantic City / New Jersey / U.S.A." with the first part crossed out in pencil.
Physical description: 1 item (12 pages and an envelope).