File FL0089 - Speeches, Richard Hatfield, Dijon Wine Festival : speech

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CA ACU SPC F0008-S0005-FL0089

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Speeches, Richard Hatfield, Dijon Wine Festival : speech

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  • [not after 1972 November 22] (Creation)

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7 items : 23 pages on 19 leaves.

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Typescript, typescript (carbon copy) and typescript (photocopy). Items 1 and 2 are rough draft fragments and clean copy with A. Nowlan's holograph annotation "Speech for Richard Hatfield on being made honorary President of the Dijon wine festival". Item 3 is speech in French delivered in Beaune, France; p. 1 contains A. Nowlan's signature and unidentified holograph annotation "Nov. 14-22, 1972 Paris". Item 4, also a speech in French, contains A. Nowlan's signature and unidentified holograph annotation "Paris-Forrestal". Items 5-7 also appear to be speeches delivered by R. Hatfield during the Dijon Wine Festival; however, there is no evidence these three speeches were written by A. Nowlan. Items 5 and 7 are in French, item 6 in English. Most items undated; assigned date based on date on item 3. Includes references to the following: Speeches, Richard Hatfield, Dijon Wine Festival.

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