Letter from John Whitty to William O'Brien, thanking him for the interest O'Brien had taken in his daughter, Margaret Whitty's case, and resigning himself to the fact the military authorities are determined to deny that his daughter had been wounded,
1923 June 8.
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|Main Creator:||Whitty, John, b.1856-|
Writes "...I have even given you the name of the doctor who attended her the only thing we can do is trust in Gods Mercy that the wound has not been a very severe one thanking you for all your kind-ness...".
Includes Whitty's address "46 Daniel St., Dublin".
See MS 15,688/3 to MS 15,688/15.
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