Letter from Joseph J. Hearne, California, to William O'Brien thanking him for a copy of Volume Two of 'Devoy's Post Bag', praising the publication, speaking of his family and the current political situation in the United States and also including a photograph of himself, his mother and "Margaret" ,
1953 Jul. 12.
|Main Creator:||Hearne, Joseph J.|
Hearne writes of the publication "You should be proud to have contributed to history, the very innermost thoughts of the many patriotic Irishmen who dedicated their intellects, their fortunes, and their lives, to the cause of Irish freedom. This labor of love on your part, and that of your associate Mr Ryan, will go down in history as a great mine of information to those seeking the light.".
Letter is written on "Joseph J. Hearne / 1128 Montgomery Ave. / San Bruno, Calif." headed paper. Photograph is black and white, height 7.7cm and width 12.2.cm. Phptograph contains annotation on verso "You will recognize this snap- Mama, self and Margaret- taken a few weeks ago".
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages and photograph).