Patrick Henry Rahilly papers, 1874-1930.


Patrick Henry Rahilly papers, 1874-1930.

Personal, political, and social correspondence (9 in.) reflecting the activities of Rahilly, an Irish-American settler and politician of Lake City, Wabasha County (Minn.). He was active in Catholic affairs, championed the Irish fight for freedom from English rule, served in the Minnesota legislature (1874, 1878-1879), and was a close friend of Ignatius Donnelly and a correspondent of Archbishop John Ireland and other Catholic leaders.

3.75 cu. ft. (5 boxes, incl. 15 v.).


SNAC Resource ID: 6727381

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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