Typed letter from Jack Carney to Thomas Foran,

1920 Sept. 16.

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In Collection: Correspondence from Jack Carney to Labour leaders in Ireland, 1919-1922
Description: Carney responds to Foran's letter of 31st August. He says he was out west conducting meetings of protest and collecting money to support Jim Larkin, but complains bitterly that his work was hampered by De Valera. He criticises the style in which De Valera is living in New York, when compared to the hardship endured by Larkin. He quotes and comments upon specific remarks of De Valera's regarding Larkin.
Main Creator: Carney, Jack
Language: English
Extent: 1 item (1 page).
Call Number: MS 49,707/6 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights: Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.