Typescript letter from Colm Ó Lochlainn to William O'Brien containing a paragraph from a letter received from "E. Byrne Hackett of The Brick Row Book Shop, fifty-five fifth avenue, New York, which includes praise for the 'Irish Book Lover' journal and also 'Devoy's Post Bag', which he mentions will be promoted to forty other librarians of Irish ancestry by himself through a sepcial letter,
1949 Jan. 07.
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|Main Creator:||Ó Lochlainn, Colm, 1892-1972|
Hackett also writes of 'Devoy's Post Bag' "....which is a rare contribution to the literature of a National struggle which would have been lost but (as you well express it) for "their self-less devotion."".
Letter is typed on "The Signs of the Three Candles, Limited / Book & Colour Printing / Binding, Publishing / Printing for Industry / 9-10 Fleet Street / Dublin" headed paper. Also includes annotated note stating "C. O'L told me later that additional copies ordered".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).