Letter from Patrick J. Tobin, Cork, to [Murtagh] Lyng, informing him that the majority of the tram workers are "afraid to budge" but that there is still the possibilty of them creating a union, and that the party intends to contest one of the wards in Cork at the next municipal election,
1901 March 27.
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|Main Creator:||Tobin, Patrick J.|
Tobin writes that the majority of the tram workers are "all country chaps, very thankful to get a job at all". Tobin states "We have again resurrected the dormant Cork Branch of the I.S.R.P. [Irish Socialist Republican Party]".
Includes Tobin's address "14 St. Patrick's Place, Cork".
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