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Letter sent to the city of Boston from the United States Embassy in Dublin

Digital copy of a letter sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The letter is from John Hennessey-Niland, the Chargé d'Affaires at the United States Embassy in Dublin, and accompanied letters of condolence from the Crafts Council of Ireland and the Lexlip Town Council.

Letter to the city of Boston from the United States Embassy in Dublin

Digital copy of a letter sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The letter was sent by John Hennessey-Niland, the Chargés d'affaires at the United States Embassy in Dublin, as an introduction to the letters of condolence he was transmitting from the embassy to Boston.

Letter of sympathy sent to the city of Boston by a citizen of Dublin, Ireland

Digital copy of a letter sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The letter was sent by a citizen of Dublin, Ireland, and expresses "my sincerest sympathies."

Card of thoughts and prayers sent to the city of Boston from Dublin, Ireland

Digital copy of a card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The card promises thoughts and prayers for the people of Boston "at this very sad time"

Sympathy card sent to the city of Boston by the Blanchardstown Centre Oratory (Dublin, Ireland)

Digital copy of a sympathy card sent to the City of Boston in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The card comes from the Oratory at Blanchardstown Centre, Dublin, Ireland. The card bears the message that the victims, injured, families, rescue services, health services, police, and all of Boston would be included in a Novena of Masses as…

Letter of Sympathy sent to the United States Embassy in Dublin

Digital copy of a letter sent to the United States Embassy in Dublin in the wake of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings. The letter expresses sympathy and respect for the police, health care staff, and "all helpers."