Letter from James Hole to James Rigby

Scope and Content

Manuscript letter in which Hole says he is glad that Rigby understood his previous letter in the spirit in which it was written. He says he would make any sacrifice if it meant a proportional advance toward the happiness of others but will not cripple himself without benefitting others. He goes on to say the Salford School is an example of what small means backed by earnest and loving hearts could accomplish.

Hole closes the letter by saying he has enclosed a Union report for E V Neale and asks for his opinion on it. He also puts forward Denison and West as likely members for the Co-operative League.