Letter from Thomas Fallon to Maurice Moore detailing the difficulties he has been having in determining the standard design for the National Volunteers uniform, and that he is anxious to do so in order to start the manufacturing process,
1915 January 27.
|Main Creator:||Fallon, Thomas, tailor|
Includes response from Diarmid Coffey informing Fallon that a sample uniform approved by the Uniform Committee is available to view at the National Volunteers office at 16 South Frederick Street.
Inscribed on paper headed "Óglaigh na hÉireann - Irish Volunteers, / Inspector General's Office, / 16 Sth. Frederick Street, / Dublin".
Inscribed on paper headed "Thomas Fallon / The Eagle Tailoring / And Outfitting Warehouse / 8 Mary Street / Dublin".
Physical description: 2 items (3 pages).