Letter from M. Fagan to Monsignor Hickey and Fr. C. Curran
Pontifical Irish College
Hagan, John, 1873-1930
Holograph letter from M.[Fagan] Dublin, to Monsignor Hickey and Fr. C. Curran [intending principals of the Irish College], introducing himself as a friend of Arthur Griffith's wife. Sketching Mrs. Griffith's hard life on the side of a husband who suffered greatly for Ireland. She did not follow calls to campaign for a Dáil seat in Cavan. Her family have been friends of the friars minor; some comments on her brothers; she knows Mr. Con Curran and his wife Miss Laird. Recommending acknowledging her presence in Rome. 'Here it is said the propaganda of the Irish College is dead against the present government, that should not be visited on a woman who just waits in patience for the Last Day for her husband's vindication'.
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The Papers of John Hagan (1904-1930)
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