Letter from Cornelius Lehane to Bill [William D. Horgan] describing his new job at "G. Baulik", the progress of the Socialist Party of Great Britain, and his efforts to ascertain the political views of his collegaues,
1905 January 24.
|Main Creator:||Lehane, Cornelius,|
Lehane notes that Patrick J. Tobin in now living with him in London and he is out of work but Lehane is hopeful "that he'll soon have the pleasure of being exploited". Lehane refers to his previous job at the "Imperial" and "the buzz of the emery wheels and the scraping of saws cutting vulcanite blocks".
Inscribed on headed paper "G. Braulik / Manufacturer & Exporter / 1217 & 218 Upper Thames Street / London".
Envelope is addressed to "W.D.Horgan Esq B.A./ "The Pines", / Ballinasloe / Co. Galway", with return address and stamp "Ballinasloe JA 26 05".
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages and 1 envelope).