In honour of U Thant, Secretary General of the U.N. The Minister for External Affairs requests the honour of the company of Mr. & Mrs. Gorham, President, Irish U.N. Association at lunch on Friday, 12th July [1968] at 12.30 p.m. at Iveagh House. R.S.V.P. Protocol Section, Department External Affairs.

Bibliographic Details
Main Creator: Dáil Éireann
Contributors: Gorham, Maurice Anthony Coneys, 1902- , donor
Summary:Card issued by the Irish Department of External Affairs [now known as the Department of Foreign Affairs] based in Iveagh House, Dublin featuring an harp in gold at top. Text printed in black font on white card in English on recto and Cló Gaelach on verso [which is blank] and written in manuscript hand in black ballpoint pen on card on recto. Thant [known honorifically as U Thant], (1909-1974), was the third Secretary-General of the United Nations, from 1961 to 1971, and the first non-European to hold the position. He was from Myanmar [the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, previously known as Burma]. U Thant received an honorary degree from the University of Dublin (Trinity College), on 12 July 1968 also.
Format: Book
Language:English
Card printed in English on recto and in Cló Gaelach on verso.
Published / Created: [Dublin : Dept. of External Affairs, n.d.,1968].
Subjects:
Notes:This item is held in the Department of Ephemera.

Physical description: 1 card : ill., 11.3 x 17.6 cm..

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