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[[Logo]] DAYTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 224-9601 SHERATON-DAYTON HOTEL • DAYTON, OHIO 45402 December 2, 1965 Mr. Glenn A. Knabenshue 5542 Shoup Avenue Woodland Hills, California Dear Mr. Knabenshue: You are cordially invited to be our guest on December 17, 1965 at the 8:30 a.m. Breakfast Program in the Sheraton-Dayton Hotel commemorating the Wright Brothers. We are delighted that you are coming to Dayton to participate in the Aviation Hall of Fame Award ceremonies in the evening of December 16. We are very proud of the Aviation Hall of Fame and the national prominence it has achieved since its founding in October, 1962. The Breakfast Program on December 17 will be followed by a motorcade leaving the hotel at 10:00 a.m. for Woodland Cemetery where wreath-laying ceremonies will take place at the graves of the Wright Brothers. The motorcade will then proceed to the Air Force Museum for the installation at 11:00 a.m. of the Aviation Hall of Fame Award Plaques in their temporary home. A one-hour tour of the Air Force Museum will follow for those who wish. We do hope you can accept our invitation. Should your Dayton departure schedule require your leaving before the motorcade at 10:00 a.m. December 17, transportation will be available immediately to help you maintain whatever schedule you have. We plan for the Breakfast Program to be concluded by 9:45 a.m. Will you please let us know promptly if you can be with us for breakfast on December 17, and can accompany us on all or a part of the motorcade for the impressive wreath-laying ceremonies. Sincerely yours, Frank G. Anger Frank G. Anger President FGA:bk answered - 12-6-65
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