[Washington, D.C.? John N. Quinn, ca. 1920]. First edition? Single sheet, printed both sides, 10 x 6 inches. An anti-Catholic and anti-nationalist polemic from the Washington D.C. resident who arrays extracts from various sources to argue that Ulstermen gave the greatest support to the American Revolution and that the United...
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[Washington, D.C.? John N. Quinn, ca. 1920]. First edition? Single sheet, printed both sides, approx. 18.5 x 5 inches. Further ephemeral anti-Catholic and anti-Sinn Fein polemic, arguing for Ulster's role in securing American freedom and pointing up the pro-German bent of Sinn Fein in the late war. One old fold.