Public engagements - refusals : 1957. 1957 Aug. 28 - Nov. 28.


Prowse, T. W. (Thomas William Lemuel), 1888-. Public engagements - refusals : 1957.

Public engagements - refusals : 1957. 1957 Aug. 28 - Nov. 28.

Contains invitations to dinners: Author's Club (London, England), St. James Club (Montreal, Quebec), Engineering Institute of Canada (Fredericton, N.B.), Royal New Brunswick Regiment (1st Battalion), Federation of Women Teachers' Association of Ontario, etc. and to those hosted by the New Brunswick Government honouring Lord Wakehurst, John G. Diefenbaker, etc.; to speak at the Canadian Club (Fredericton and P.E.I.), Kiwanis Club; and to attend other public functions - concerts, balls, openings, etc. as well as Beaverbrook's letters of regret.

Correspondence : 58 (60 leaves)

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