Letter from M.J. Murrary to P. O'Donnell
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Typescript letter signed by M.J. Murray, editorial department of The Catholic World, 69 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin, to P. O'Donnell, Irish College Rome. Mr. Michael Walsh already wrote; reiterating their need for a correspondent for Rome and asking him to assist them in finding such. Enclosing an outline copy of the paper (not extant). (Comments in Curran's hand [for Hagan]; Manus O'Donnell is certain this is not for him. Hagan may think of Ronayne. This paper might do Irish national Catholicism a great service by killing the Irish Catholic if it sees the light of day.)
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