Letter from Major James Henry Gordon Casserly to Maurice Moore asking for advice on where Irish Volunteers in London can purchase belt plates in Dublin, and enclosing an examination paper for the Limerick Volunteers,
1915 October 31 & November 4.
|Main Creator:||Casserly, James Henry Gordon, 1869-1947|
Casserly describes the difficulties Volunteers in London are facing trying to purchase uniform belt plates, as their usual supplier has gone bankrupt and the corps don't like the supplies offered by Thomas Fallon.
Addressed from 10 Beaumont Crescent, West Kensington.
Physical description: 2 items (10 pages).