Correspondence. 1917-1933.


Correspondence. 1917-1933.

Correspondence to the Reverend William Hackett, written from Ireland by various people. Includes a letter to a Mr Daly from a prisoner faced with the death sentence in 1916 in Richmond Prison, Dublin.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7033389

Libraries Australia

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