Copy-letters from English trade union leaders in relation to the anti-conscription campaign of 1918 addessed to the labour representatives whom attended the Mansion House Conference in 1918,
1918 May 6-8.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
The trade union leaders are unanimous in their opposition to the anti-conscription campaign, leading one correspondent to posit the question "Have you in Ireland all gone mad".
Addresses inscribed include "22 Henry Street, Bransty, Whitehaven", "92 Rutland Street, Leicester" and "Wolverhampton Street, Walsall".
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