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HEM 178 Mrs. George [Patricia] Saviers trip memorabilia, 1959

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Digital Identifier:
EHMISC-008-013
Title:
HEM 178 Mrs. George [Patricia] Saviers trip memorabilia, 1959
Date(s) of Materials:
1959: 15 June-30 July, undated
Folder Description:
Memorabilia collected during a trip to Spain in 1959 in the company of Ernest Hemingway. Includes photographs, posters, programs, newspaper clippings, postcards, notes, and menus.
Extent:
75 digital pages, including 5 photographs
Collection:
Hemingway Miscellaneous Accessions Collection
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
1.
Preferred Citation:
Hemingway Miscellaneous Accessions Collection. Miscellaneous Accessions. HEM 178 Mrs. George [Patricia] Saviers trip memorabilia, 1959. EHMISC-008-013. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Place(s):
Spain
Physical Description:
75 digital pages, including 5 photographs
Media Type:
Paper
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