Letter from [D. McAllister?], of the Belfast branch of the I.T.& G.W.U., to William O'Brien informing him of the set-up in which to order books and assuring him that he will get a special early delivery of the catologue to order from, mentioning he enjoyed reading 'Devoy's Post Bag' and looks forward to the second volume and also the upcoming Connolly book, and also discussing the books he orders in for the Belfast free library and branch libraries,
1949 Oct. 20.
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[McAllister?] also writes of the books he orders "I make a point of putting down on suggestion book all books dealing with Historical Ireland, Natural Ireland and Irish Labour.".
Letter is written on "Irish Transport & General Workers' Union" and includes their address as "Belfast, 188 Donegall St.".
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