Together 42 pp., 4to, WITH SEVERAL HUNDRED WORDS IN EISENHOWER'S HAND, additional emendations in the hands of Emmet J. Hughes and others. [WITH:] HUGHES, Emmet J. Typed memo signed ("E. J. H.") to Eisenhower, 7 April 1953. 1p., 8vo, White House stationery (top right corner loss). Enclosing the latest draft of the speech. -- HUGHES. Autograph note, unsigned, n.d. 1p., 8vo, White House stationery." /> EISENHOWER, Dwight (1890-1969), <I>President</I>. Four speech typescripts, drafts of Eisenhower's "Chance for Peace" Address, HEAVILY ANNOTATED BY EISENHOWER, March-April 1953. <I>Together 42 pp., 4to</I>, WITH SEVERAL HUNDRED WORDS IN EISENHOWER'S HAND, <I>additional emendations in the hands of Emmet J. Hughes and others</I>. [WITH:] HUGHES, Emmet J. Typed memo signed ("E. J. H.") to Eisenhower, 7 April 1953. <I>1p., 8vo, White House stationery (top right corner loss)</I>. Enclosing the latest draft of the speech. -- HUGHES. Autograph note, unsigned, n.d. <I>1p., 8vo, White House stationery</I>. | Christie's