No. 39 UCDA P150/2220
Dublin, 23 April 1932
My dear Walshe,
Could you come to lunch on Sunday at 1.30, or, if that is inconvenient, come later in the afternoon and talk? I am rather bothered about my official and personal self-respect, and you are the only person to whom I can explain my views.1
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