Letter from Cait Ó Ceallaigh to Hagan
Pontifical Irish College
Ó Ceallaigh, Cait
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from Cáit bean Seán T. (Ó Ceallaigh), 67 Boulevard Grignon Mourillan, Toulon, France, to Hagan. Comments about the different weather in France and in Ireland. Depressed over the failure to buy the Freeman and the continuing lies in the Independent and Irish Press; Dr. P.B.[rowne] and Art O'Brien are two examples for the common feeling of hopelessness. As a contrast, Seán has been quite successful; sketching good reports from Dr. Y[orke]'s circle and talks planed for Mary MacS.[weeney] and Fr. O'F.[lanagan]. Expressing certainty Seán will not spend another year in the land of promise; he makes arrangements for her coming; comments about her health. Some references to their mutual friend Fr. J.K.[elly], now in Milan, who is not happy having been in exile for so long- he does not know personally many of the 1916 generation. Making arrangements for Hagan's possible visit to Toulon in March.
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The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)
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