Dr Fuchs Meets President 1959

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Titles read: "WASHINGTON - DR FUCHS MEETS PRESIDENT".

Washington DC, United States of America.

Interior of the White House. Dr Neville Bell Grosvenor, President and Editor of National Geographic, reads the citation to President Eisenhower. C/U of Eisenhower listening (in background...

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Cataloguer:
Sarah
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Sound
Media URN:
58753
Sort Number:
59/012
Time in/Out:
01:57:27:00 / 01:58:05:00
Canister:
59/12
Film ID:
1567.35
Issue Date:
09/02/1959

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  • "Dr Neville Bell Grosvenor" in the text should read Melville Bell Grosvenor.

    jamied 3rd May 2013

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