Correspondence of Roderic P. O'Connor and Professor Pierce F. Purcell, 1911-1916

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[Letter from Roderic O'Connor (Box 5, North Bay, Ontario) to [Professor P. F.] Purcell, apologising for not having seen him on visit to Dublin. Describes his work with the Canadian Pacific Railway and the construction work on the line.]

Letter from Roderic O'Connor (Box 5, North Bay, Ontario) to [Professor P. F.] Purcell, apologising for not having seen him on visit to Dublin. Describes his work with the Canadian Pacific Railway and the construction work on the line. Composed 16 April 1911, Box 5, North Bay, Ontario, Canada

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[Letter from Roderic O'Connor (c/o D. W. Burpee, 45 Murray Street West, Hamilton, Ontario) to Professor P. F. Purcell (Gayfield, Killney), discussing life in Canada; his work with the Canadian Pacific Railway; the Canadian Northern Railway; work opportuni

Letter from Roderic O'Connor (c/o D. W. Burpee, 45 Murray Street West, Hamilton, Ontario) to Professor P. F. Purcell (Gayfield, Killney), discussing life in Canada; his work with the Canadian Pacific Railway; the Canadian Northern Railway; work opportunities for NUI engineering graduates; and his...

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[Letter from Roderic O'Connor (85 Gloucester Street, Toronto, Ontario) to Professor P. F. Purcell (Earlsfort Terrace, University College Dublin), describing his work from March 1911 to August 1913, in connection with railway construction in Canada.]

[Letter from Roderic O'Connor (85 Gloucester Street, Toronto, Ontario) to Professor P. F. Purcell (Earlsfort Terrace, University College Dublin), describing his work from March 1911 to August 1913, in connection with railway construction in Canada.] Metadata: title: [Letter from Roderic...

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[Letter from Roderic O'Connor (69 Lower Leeson Street) to Professor P. F. Purcell (Killiney), informing him that he has been shot by a sniper and is suspected of being with the Irish Volunteers. Requests a testimony of good character.]

[Letter from Roderic O'Connor (69 Lower Leeson Street) to Professor P. F. Purcell (Killiney), informing him that he has been shot by a sniper and is suspected of being with the Irish Volunteers. Requests a testimony of good character.] Metadata: title: [Letter from Roderic O'Connor...

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