Letter from Helena Molony to William O'Brien mentioning an article in the Irish Times referring to Jim Larkin and O'Brien's subsequent response, discussing comments James Larkin's made in America referring to the Rebel Leaders of 1916, and also regarding the references made about Jim Larkin's and Padraic Pearse's "close bond" due to his sons attending St. Enda's School,
1956 Mar. 25.
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|Main Creator:||Moloney, Helena, 1884-1967|
Molony writes of Larkin "Poor Jim Larkin. I hope he is now where he can see the futility of his lies and vain-glory. He did his best to "cash-in" on the unexpected sucess of the failure of 1916.".
Letter includes author's address as "226 N.[orth] C.[ircular] R.[oad] / Dublin".
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