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Peter Drucker writes Mrs. Kidd asking if he could use her address to maintain a valid New Jersey driver's license. He discusses his work projects and says he will be traveling to Lima, Mexico, New York, and Europe. Drucker goes on to update Kidd on his children and asks how her new house and children are doing. The letter contains Drucker's original signature. The letter also contains original handwritten notes by a second hand.
Letters Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Families Drivers' licenses Translating and interpreting Weather Translations Publishers and publishing Audiocassettes American Management Association Travel Peru Mexico Europe Lectures and lecturing Books Authorship Poetry Housing Kidd, Jean Kidd, Carolyn Kidd, Jay Kidd, Laura
Original letter: Letter from Peter Drucker to Mrs. Kidd, September 14, 1973; Drucker Archives; Box 1 Correspondence: Outgoing A-Z; Folder 36 Outgoing Correspondence, Kidd - Nelson; 2 pages