Letter from E[dward] MacLysaght to William O'Brien informing him of the complete contents of the envlopes containing Connolly's letters and mentioning O'Brien mistakedly included his tape recording in the envelopes, which he states is enclosed,
circa 1964 Aug. 10.
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|Main Creator:||MacLysaght, Edward, 1887-1986|
MacLysaght writes of the tape recording ".....after my past experiences I don't care to have two copies of something valuable in the one place and no other in existence.".
Letter includes author's address as "Proby Square, Blackrock". Enclosed item no longer extant.
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).