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The Donald S. Fredrickson Papers

Title:
Letter from King Hassan II to Donald S. Fredrickson (English translation, page 1) transcript of jpg
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Description:
This is a letter from Hassan II, King of Morocco, informing Fredrickson of his nomination to the Academy of the Kingdom of Morocco. Fredrickson served as medical advisor to King Hassan II for over 20 years.
The text of this page reads:
Number of Image Pages:
1 (68,184 Bytes)
Date:
1977
Creator:
King Hassan II
Recipient:
Fredrickson, Donald S.
Rights:
Reproduced with permission of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco.
Subject:
Medical Subject Headings (MeSH):
Awards and Prizes
Exhibit Category:
Biographical Information
Relation:
Metadata Record Letter from King Hassan II to Donald S. Fredrickson (page 1) (1977) jpg (192,716 Bytes)
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Metadata Record Letter from King Hassan II to Donald S. Fredrickson (page 2) (1977) jpg (202,603 Bytes)
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Metadata Record Letter from King Hassan II to Donald S. Fredrickson (page 3) (1977) jpg (135,317 Bytes)
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Metadata Record Letter from King Hassan II to Donald S. Fredrickson (English translation, page 2) (1977) jpg (84,945 Bytes) transcript of jpeg
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Metadata Record Letter from King Hassan II to Donald S. Fredrickson (English translation, page 3) (1977) jpg (83,152 Bytes) transcript of jpeg
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Box Number: 7
Folder Number: 111
Unique Identifier:
FFBBCF
Document Type:
Letters (correspondence)
Language:
English
Format:
image/jpeg
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Physical Condition:
Good
Series: Correspondence, 1948-1998
SubSeries: Personal Correspondence, 1948-1997
Folder: Hassan II, King of Morocco, 1977-1995
Transcript:
"Professor Donald Fredricksen, M.D.
Mr. Professor,
Considering the renaissance of Morocco in various fields of activity;
Considering the geographical position occupied by Morocco which makes the country an important link or meeting ground for peoples and nations, and which has acted throughout the centuries as a bridge over which Arab-Muslim civilization has crossed, a land which has welcomed and adopted other civilizations, in particular wester[n] civilization;
Considering this special position which enables Morocco to undertake the defence of spiritual and ethical values common to nations which may differ in their beliefs and forms of expression;
Convinced of the importance of these spiritual values for the development and progress of these peoples in their forward march;"
Metadata Last Modified Date:
2008-05-08
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