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Correspondence between John O’Callaghan Secretary of the United Irish League of America and John Redmond regarding political affairs,

1906 January-September.

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In Collection: John Redmond Papers, 1878-1918.
Description: Correspondence regarding a general election, Timothy Sexton's case, Redmond's stance on Timothy Healy and William O’Brien, O’Callaghan hoping John F. Finerty may relinquish his office as president of the United Irish League of America at the National Convention and Redmond not attending the National Convention. Joseph Devlin is suggested to represent the Irish Party instead. Also includes copies of O’Callaghan’s letters to Edward Blake and Charles R. Devlin and a rough draft of the resolutions to be adopted at the National Convention.
Main Creator: O'Callaghan, John, 1865–1913
Language: English
Extent: 1 folder (26 items).
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Call Number: Ms 15,213/8 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.