Letter from Desmond Ryan to William O'Brien regarding William Morris's visit to Dublin described in various pieces of literature, a subsequent "incident" that occurred while he was in Dublin, an amazing reception he held at a Dublin workings man's club and Ryan thanking O'Brien for sending him copies of 'The Voice',
1926 Dec. 14.
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|Main Creator:||Ryan, Desmond, 1893-1964|
Desmonds writes a comment of Morris' from 'The Voice'; "Dublin is not altogether an ugly town; the Liffey runs though the chief street like the Seine at Paris which is good; yet a dirty and [slatterdy?] city is Dublin and Guiness seems the only thing of importance".
Letter includes the author's address as "15 Kempshott Road / Streatham Common / S. W. 16". Includes annotations on verso in O'Brien's hand.
Physical description: 1 item (6 pages).
Each page of letter is torn acroos the centre and the last page is torn in half. Letter is extremely fragile. Handle with care.