Typescript letter from Florrie [Florence] O'Donoghue to William O'Brien informing him he received his note sent on by Seamus Murphy and explaining the reasoning behind him referring to Arthur Griffith as Acting Chariman of the Provisional Government in his publication 'No Other Law' ,
1961 Dec. 12
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|Main Creator:||O'Donoghue, Florence, 1895-1967|
O'Donoghue also writes "If you think I am wrong in this I would very much appreciate your observations. From my old friend Diarmuid Lynch (R.I.P.) I have learned to have a very high regard for your intimate and accurate knowleddge of the whole period of struggle.".
Note written by O'Brien included with letter in which he questions the use of "Griffith" rather than "Cosgrave" when referring to the Acting Chariman of the Provisional Government.
Letter includes O'Donoghue's address as "Loch Léin, / Eglantine Park, / Douglas Road, / Cork.".
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