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A letter from Peter F. Drucker to Jean Kidd describing a recent trip to Europe. Drucker details how he and his wife decided against a trip to Italy, opting for the south of France instead. Drucker proceeds to describe the weather and landscape of France, and the Haut Provence, before proceeding to discuss his grueling trip back to the states, which was supposed to be a non-stop flight from Paris to Los Angeles but, due to weather conditions and the weight of the plane, required a stop in Salt Lake City. Drucker then discusses what his next travel plans will be, which include Japan and Taiwan, prior to congratulating Kidd on the various successes her children have experienced, particularly focusing on Carolyn. He then talks about his own family's triumphs in their professional lives and how impressed he is by the books Kidd has been working on. He closes the letter giving his warmest regards, particularly to Laura Kidd.
Drucker, Peter F. (Peter Ferdinand), 1909-2005 Italy France Air France New Zealand Paris (France) Los Angeles (Calif.) Salt Lake City (Utah) Nice (France) Florence (Italy) Venice (Italy) Taiwan Japan Soccer Claremont (Calif.) Kidd, Jean
Original letter, July 18, 1975: Drucker Archives; Box 7A, Folder 56; 3 pages