Letter from Hagan to M.J. Curran
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter from [Hagan] to 'Michael' [M.J. Curran], concerning the vice-rectorship. Listing the mail received in the matter � delayed by the postal strike - and stating that he has just sent a telegram to Tuam to ask for his approval for unanimity's sake: he had previously expressed a preference for a vice-rector chosen from another diocese [not Dublin]. The Cardinal may have Curran travel via Downside for the relics; Curran ought to be vice-postulator at least for Rome. Declaring himself dreadfully busy. (Torn on both ends)
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