Poor — Ireland — Dublin
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Collection — MS 1881 A
Call Number: MS 1881A
Scope and Contents The letters in this collection, written by clergymen, citizens, and officials, are addressed to Mary Cavanagh, a representative of the Committee of Catholic Irish-Americans, who was sent to Dublin in 1929 to learn about the socioeconomic conditions in the city and to report on the prospects of establishing a neighborhood house there. The letters describe the need for social services and the project's approval.