Letters: Jul. 29, 1929

Cork, not Boston


A friend in Colorado has just sent me a clipping from your excellent magazine of June 10, in which you quote me as asserting I had been jailed in Boston. I never said such a thing because the only place I ever was in jail was Cork, Ireland, where I was erroneously accused of having planned the battle of Kenmare, in which two tree Maters lost their lives.

I feel particularly sensitive about your casting such aspersions against Boston, as that was the only town in America where a speech of...

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