Correspondence between John O’Callaghan and John Redmond concerning political affairs,
|Summary:||MS 15,213/12: Correspondence concerns potential dates and location for a National Convention, copies of correspondence between O’Callaghan and Michael J. Ryan regarding the proposed co-operation between the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the United Irish League, the Anderson disclosures, Redmond’s visit to Cork and arrangements for Redmond's, T.P. O’Connor's and Joseph Devlin's tour of America. |
MS 15,213/13: Includes an itinerary of speeches by Redmond, Joseph Devlin and T.P. O’Connor during their American tour and an article of Redmond's which appeared in the 'Independent' concerning Fanny Parnell’s grave. Also includes a copy letter addressed to the Matthew Cummings in relation to the Ancient Order of Hibernians of America, and an official statement of the National Board of the A.O.H. titled ‘Unity of the Irish Race in America’.
|In Collection:||John Redmond Papers, 1878-1918.|
|Notes:||Physical description: 2 folders (21 items). |