Letter of Allison Grant, 1951.

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Letter of Allison Grant, 1951.

Letter to John C. L. Andreassen from Grant describing the arrival of Princess Elizabeth of Great Britain and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on their visit to Montréal, Oct. 9, 1951.

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Andreassen, John C. L. (John Christian Ludvig), 1909-

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Grant, Allison

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Canadian Broadcasting Company commentator. From the description of Letter of Allison Grant, 1951. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71009572 ...