Letter from Cornelius Lehane, Pennsylvania, to William O'Brien, asking for a response to his query about James Larkin's intentions to travel to America, and wishing O'Brien and his family well,
1914 September 8.
|Main Creator:||Lehane, Cornelius,|
A proposed lecture tour of two delegates from the Irish Labour Party to the United States, which Lehane had agreed to organise, did not go ahead. James Larkin arrived in New York independent of the Irish Labour Party in November 1914.
Lehane notes that [Patrick L.] Quinlan is waiting on some literature form Ireland and that he is a "good fellow".
Two copies : Original manuscript letter and typescript copy.
Inscribed on headed paper "Fort Pitt Hotel / Fort Pitt Hotel Co. / Penn Avenue & 10th Street / Pittsburgh, Pa".
Physical description: 1 item (3 pages).