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Correspondence between John O’Callaghan and John Redmond mainly concering Irish-American politics,

1901 January-July.

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In Collection: John Redmond Papers, 1878-1918.
Description: Correspondence regarding Clan na Gael’s opposition to Redmond, the Irish Party and the United Irish League in America. Also concerning to the arrangements for the proposed Parnell statue, Redmond’s response to the Queen’s death, a reception to honour John McBride and Maud Gonne in Boston, Redmond’s proposal to send a delegation to America in the autumn, William O’Brien’s absence from the U.I.L. platforms in Ireland, and O’Callaghan’s disappointment that Dillon cannot accompany the delegation to the United States.
Main Creator: O'Callaghan, John, 1865–1913
Language: English
Extent: 1 folder (11 items).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: MS 15,213/3 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.