Letter from Helena Molony to William O'Brien informing him of an enclosed picture she is sending him of "Rev. W. Donnelly's" arrest and discussing how she believes it safer with him than Donnelly's family as she believes they would exploit the picture in "some inaccurate or untruthful way",
1947 May 15.
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|Main Creator:||Moloney, Helena, 1884-1967|
Molony also writes "Looking at it now I think the disguise is better that I thought it at the time. Of course you know it was I was responsible for his make-up.".
Letter includes author's address as "226 North Circular Rd. / Dublin". Also includes annotated note "Reply 19/5/47". Enclosed item no longer extant.
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