Letter from Con [Cornelius Lehane] to William O'Brien, asking about Eamon MacAlpine; the weakening position of Jim [James Larkin]; military conscription into the British army in Ireland; and a dubious cablegram from Portland, Oregon,
1918 June 1.
|Main Creator:||Lehane, Cornelius,|
Lehane notes "We are all surprised out here that our crowd should still oppose the draft in ireland. When will you learn sense?".
Typescript letter with manuscript annotations by Lehane.
Includes notes by William O'Brien. O'Brien notes that the letter included the "N.Y. postmark June 1st 1918 and that Cornelius Lehane was "arrested 13/6/18". He also notes "He replied to my letter on Dec. 15th 1915 but did not refer to the cable W.O'B.".
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