Letter from Thomas Fallon (tailor) to Maurice Moore complaining that James Lenehan has not been helpful in providing details of the standardised National Volunteers uniform. With response from Diarmid Coffey asking him to visit offices at 44 Parnell Square to view one,
1914 December 15.
|Main Creator:||Fallon, Thomas, tailor|
Fallon's letter was written in response to MS 10,544/9/9, in which Coffey directs him to contact Captain James Lenehan of 124 Capel Street for information regarding uniforms.
Inscribed on paper headed "Thomas Fallon, / Merchant Tailor and Volunteers Outfitter, / And Equipment Manufacturer,/ 8 and 53 Mary St., Dublin".
Inscribed on paper headed "Óglaigh na hÉireann - Irish Volunteers, / Inspector General's Office, / 16 Sth. Frederick Street, / Dublin".
Physical description: 2 items (2 pages).