Letter from Art O'Brien to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter signed A.[rt O'Brien, London], to 'my dear Friend' (Hagan). Stating that although he is hopeful for victory they may have to contend with harder times before it comes. The 'rival company' had decided to send Mr.E.[smonde] to [Rome] at first but now decided to close the agency. The young man they sent from Paris, J.M., to arrange matters with the landlord may have presented himself to Hagan. Their own director now asks for definite advice on whether or not to keep their establishment, and to appoint a manager – (Hagan's) opinion will be of the greatest value. The manager at Genoa has been advised to go to [Rome] and may have seen him also. Sorry to hear that he has been unwell.
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The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)
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