Copy of letter from William O'Brien to John Whitty forwarding a copy of the letter O'Brien sent to the General Headquarters of the Irish Republican Army at Portobello Barracks, regarding an injury his daughter Margaret Whitty claimed to have sustained during her imprisonment,
1923 May 5.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien asks for information regarding the wellbeing of Margaret Whitty at the behest of her father John Whitty, following a letter he received from Margaret explaining she had been wounded on the 16th March 1923 in Kilmainham Prison.
Portobello Barracks was renamed Cathal Brugha Barracks in Rathmines, Dublin.
Margaret Whitty was actually imprisoned in Mountjoy Prison, O'Brien's mistake is corrected in a later letter.
See MS 15,688/4 to MS 15,688/15.
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