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Images of a dinner held in the Colony Room of the Hotel de France. The author Jack Higgins [Harry Patterson], and his wife, who by that time were resident in Jersey, are present at the top table, along with Diane Simon from the Women's Circle. For Jack Higgins, see images A, C, and I to J (seated second from right at the top table); and images D to G (standing to make a speech). For Diane Simon, see images A to C, and I to J (standing to make a speech); images E to G (third from left); and image G (second from left). Jersey Evening Post Jersey Evening Post

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Reference L/A/75/A3/2/3296
Date 24 February 1977
Names Jersey Evening Post Women's Circle
Simon, Diane
Higgins, Jack
Keywords speeches | dinners | authors | Hotels | women's circles
Category L/A-Businesses
Places Colony Room, Hotel de France
Dimensions 10 35mm negative
Language English
Level of description File
Access restrictions Closed for preservation. Please view digital image.
Closed until 2100
Photographer Glenn Rankine
JEP Photographic Job Number 1977/3296.

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Images of a dinner held in the Colony Room of the Hotel de France. The author Jack Higgins (Harry Patterson), and his wife, who by that time were resident in Jersey, are present at the top table, along with Diane Simon from the Women's Circle. For Jack Higgins, see images A, C, and I to J (seated second from right at the top table); and images D to G (standing to make a speech). For Diane Simon, see images A to C, and I to J (standing to make a speech); images E to G (third from left); and image G (second from left). Jersey Evening Post Jersey Evening Post
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