Letter from Con [Cornelius] Lehane to William O'Brien regarding his emigration to the United States, and asking O'Brien to write a few lines to be read at a party that is being thrown in his honour,
1914 May 11.
|Main Creator:||Lehane, Cornelius,|
Lehane writes that he has sold his paper and "in the course of a few days will be going abroad for an indefinite period. Some of the London boys are getting up a little dinner for me in [sic] Thursday night next at Pinoli's Wardour Street, Piccadilly"
Inscribed on headed paper "Savoy Hotel, London".
Addressed to O'Brien as "President Dublin Trade Council / Capel Street, Dublin".
Two copies : Original typescript letter and typescript copy.
Physical description: 1 item (2 pages).