Copy letter from William O'Brien to John Whitty enclosing a reply from the Prisoners' Department, Portobello Barracks, regarding the alleged wounding of his daughter, Margaret Whitty, and asking him for any further information on the matter,
1923 May 19.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien was investigating the case 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.
Includes Whitty's address "46 Daniel St., Dublin".
See MS 15,688/3 to MS 15,688/15, see MS 15,688/8 for enclosed letter.
Includes annotation "W[illiam]/OB[rien]".
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).