Letter from George Bernard Shaw to William O'Brien informing him he had no contacts or political relations with Jim Connell, albeit, both Socialists,
1950 Jan. 22.
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|Main Creator:||Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950|
Shaw writes of Connell "When he was in Blackheath he was ostensibly a business man but really a poacher, which if intelligently conducted is lucrative. He was incurably addicted to coursing, which I detested.".
Letter is written on "From / Bernard Shaw / Ayot Saint Lawrence / Welwyn, Herts." headed paper.
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