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design" of a project ?
In the second case, would Mr Wright have misspelled "grateful" ? Is the added date likely ? And, is the provenance card written with one of the same blue pens that we see used in some of these signatures ?
The signatures themselves need to be studied. The Ls in Lloyd are oddly careless---and as has already been mentioned, some of the signatures are too nearly identical. Assuming the Mile-High letterhead is
genuine (I've not seen it before), could it have been pilfered as a blank, to be employed later by a forger ?
Finally, was "Stacy Steadman" a '50s apprentice /