1927 Typed Letter Signed By William P. Lyndon Secretary Treasurer of the National Headquarters of the American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic to Austin J. Ford, the Editor of the NY Irish World Newspaper. Americana - Ireland - Manuscript - Revolutionary Politics - American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic.
1927 Typed Letter Signed By William P. Lyndon Secretary Treasurer of the National Headquarters of the American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic to Austin J. Ford, the Editor of the NY Irish World Newspaper

1927 Typed Letter Signed By William P. Lyndon Secretary Treasurer of the National Headquarters of the American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic to Austin J. Ford, the Editor of the NY Irish World Newspaper

Chicago, Illinois: American Association for the Recognition of the Irish Republic, 1927. Typed Letter Signed. Not Bound. Very Good. Item #027396

Typed letter, on the AARIR National Headquarters letterhead; dated Chicago June 25, 1927: The treasurer of the organization, originally founded by Eamon De Valera, discusses contributors and their dollar amounts credited to the Irish Republican Party election fund, which had been reported in the Irish World newspaper, describing difficulties of correct reportage from various cities around the United States and that "…I am sorry that you have not given the addresses of the various smaller amounts contributed such as the O'Rahilly Council and Major MacBride and the individuals in your last issue…The Los Angeles people are very anxious to see the name Rev. F.D. Benson, Los Angeles Council appear in the Irish World…" The letter typed secretarially; unknown if signed by Lyndon or his secretary as no comparable signatures have been found. Approx. 8 ½" x 11" size; pencil arrow at top; a few typographic corrections; old fold lines; light wear; in very good condition.

Price: $45.00