Typescript letter from Eamonn Lynch to William O'Brien informing him of an enclosed memorandum and recommendations from Mr. J. T. O'Farrell, and also including a corrected draft of the aforementioned memorandum for discussion by William O'Brien regarding amalgamating 49 smallers unions into three moderate sized unions and also regarding linking with unions in Northern Ireland,
1938 Jan. 31-1936 Feb. 18.
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|Main Creator:||Lynch, Eamonn|
The corrected draft writes on the amalgamation of unions "....which would avoid the competition resulting in friction and ill-will, which has done so much damage to the movement, restricted its effectiveness, and caused bad feeling between the members and officials of unions who should be working together in harmony and friendship.".
Enclosed items include memorandum and copy memorandum with differences in figures throughout.
Corrected draft of the memorandum is headed "Special Trade Union Commission, 1936.".
Letter is typed on headed paper "Comhdháil na gCumann-Chéard i nÉirinn / Irish Trade Union Congress / National Executive / 32 Nassau Street, / Dublin, C. 2.". Letter also includes O'Brien's address as "General Secretary, / Irish Transport and General Workers' Union, / 35 Parnell Sq., / Dublin.".
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