Letter from Annie Vivanti to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Annie Vivanti, Pecetto Torinese, Piemonte, to (Hagan). Stating that parcels of books arrived from Dublin without instructions who they are for- Mitchel's Jail Journal, Wolfe Tone's autobiography, Women of '98, and A social history of ancient Ireland. Hoping to meet [Monsignor] Magennis - asking for how long he will be in Italy. Stating that the League of Nations Union repeatedly asked her to join the committee although she had cancelled her membership by telegram '"in view of British Government's infamous conduct in Ireland"': asking whether she might be of use by joining; but expecting 'a trap of some kind' in whatever 'they' suggest. (see also 411)
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