Partial copy of letter to James Connolly from Marie Johnson regarding Connolly's "new arrangement" and the employment of Miss [Winifred] Carney [as secretary of the Irish Textile Workers' Union],
1912 September 24.
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|Summary:||Johnson writes of not liking to charge for work she did, and of how Winifred Carney, though "more retiring than your other assistant" will "push the Society". |
|In Collection:||William O'Brien (1881-1968) Papers, 1898-1969|
|Notes:||Letter addressed from "13 Ranfurly Drive, / Belmont Road" [Belfast]. |
Physical description: 1 item (1 page).