Letter from Éamon de Valera to Katherine O'Doherty, saying he received her letter just as the Free State were attacking their posts and that he was anxious to see her but heard she was in Dublin, that he is sure that Joseph McGarrity and Luke Dillon understand things especially with Harry Boland's death, and thanking her for the $19,000 from Clan-na-Gael but he is unsure about the details of the 1916 Relief Fund,
 August 11.
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|Main Creator:||De Valera, Éamon, 1882-1975|
Manuscript in pencil on headed paper: "Séamus O'Doherty / 1722 S. Twentieth Street / Philadephia, Pa.," with heading crossed out.
Copy of the original letter, written in Katherine O'Doherty's handwriting and intended for Joseph McGarrity, labelled "Exhibit E".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).