Letter from "Kathleen [O'Cahalon?]" to William O'Brien agreeing with him that the youth of today do not care or know anything of the pioneers or of history, informing him she is sending his book over to her niece who is studying Irish modern history in Oxford and discussing her part in the "Republican movement" after her fathers death in 1916,
[1955?] Sep. 28.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
Kathleen [O'Cahalon?] also writes "I am always [pieved?] that I have never seen any mention or appreciation of the men I admired most in the "The Movement", the sailors and firemen- most of whom had never seen Ireland who at [..?] risks, carried the arms from America week by week. They were mighty young men with no thought of reward- only devotion to their Motherland.".
Letter includes author's address "25 Adelaide St. Dun Laoghaire".
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