Letter from Helena Molony to William O'Brien expressing her shame of various events that happened during the "Labour Movement", mentioning falsifications in journalism referring to the Irish Womens Workers Union and "Mayor O'Donohoe" stating the I.R.B. announced another Rising to happen before the War was over, and discussing the topics she would like to cover in a short paper she has been asked to write,
1956 Feb. 07.
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|Main Creator:||Moloney, Helena, 1884-1967|
Letter includes author's address as "226 N.[orth] C.[ircular] R.[oad] / Dublin".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).