Father Edward Daly was a Roman Catholic bishop from Northern Ireland who achieved prominence for his role at the forefront of the protest march on what became known as "Bloody Sunday." In 1972 he visited New York, where the FBI recorded plans to monitor him and describes an interview the Bureau conducted with him at the Roosevelt Hotel.

New York Times obit: Edward Daly, Peace-Seeking Bishop in Northern Ireland’s ‘Troubles,’ Dies at 82