Letter from John Whitty to William O'Brien, providing him with additional details related to the wounding of his daughter, Margaret Whitty in Mountjoy Prison, following the denial of the Prisoners Department of the Portobello Barracks that any such incident occurred,
1923 May 23.
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|Main Creator:||Whitty, John, b.1856-|
Writes "she was attended by Doctor O'Higgins in Mountjoy Prison; she was lying for three weeks as a result of that wound and during that time was not able to make use of any food except soda and milk..." and remarks "...the above infomration was written in the letter which we received from her, past [sic] by censor."
Includes Whitty's address "46 Daniel St., Dublin".
See MS 15,688/3 to MS 15,688/15.
Includes stamp "Rec'd 25 May 1923".
Physical description: 1 item (4 pages).