Copies of letter from William O'Brien to Cornelius Lehane [O'Lyhane] asking for information about the recent actions of James Larkin, highlighting his sporadic and confusing correspondence with the Irish Transport and General Workers' Union,
1915 November 27.
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
O'Brien writes "we are in a complete fog about Larkin and I am writing in the hope that you might be able to clear it up. It is about six months since anyone we know of here had a line from him" and asks Lehane if he has met "[Francis] Sheehy-Skeffington".
Includes attached note "Number 43 in Affidavit of Discovery".
Two copies of letter : manuscript copy and typescript copy.
Manuscript copy inscribed on verso of circular with the 'Rules and Cnstitution' of the Dublin Labour Party.
See MS 15,700/4/20 for reply.
Physical description: 1 item (2 copies and 1 page note).
Manuscript copy is torn along crease. Handle with care.