Copy typescript letter from Seán T. O Ceallaigh and Sean MacEntee to William O'Brien regarding his brothers, Thomas John O'Brien's, letters and advising he get them published,
1944 Mar. 25-1945 Aug. 10.
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|Main Creator:||Ó Ceallaigh, Seán T. (Seán Tomás), 1882-1966|
O'Ceallaigh mentions of the letters "They brough vividly to mind memories of events and personalities long since passed away, who exercised not a little influence on the politics of their time, and some of them indeed on my own personal political education.".
MacEntee mentions of the letters "I have found it absorbing to read.......If his other letters were written as lucidly and as racily as those which you have given me the pleasure of reading, the whole should be made available to a larger circle. Even those which I have read should be published, if you could see your way to do it.".
Letter includes O'Ceallaigh's address as "Office of the Tanaiste / Government Buildings / Dublin" and also MacEntee's address as "Office of the Minister / Department of Local Government & Public Health / Dublin". Both letters are copied onto the same paper and have been treated as one item. Seperate copies of letters can be found at MS 13,941/5, MS 13,941/6 and MS 13,961/3/4.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).