Letter from "R.B. Stringham", New York, to [James Connolly?] inviting him to attend a meeting of the "Bronx Forum", to discuss the establishment of a centre in the Bronx by members of the Socialist Party of America,
1910 February 14.
|Main Creator:||Connolly, James, 1868-1916|
Stringham describes the purpose of the "Bronx Forum" as "to provide a centre for radicals and particularly for socialsits to maintain classes in economics, history and civics; to establish lecture and debate courses and study clubs and to satisfy the desire of younger members, to hold entertainments, dances, outings etc.". Stringham invites the recipient to a meeting that will in particular discuss the influence of the Socialist Party of America on the new venture.
Includes postscript referring to leftover tickets for the "Jackson's Casino affair".
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