Scope and Contents
Flags are up in college as it is the Queen's forty-sixth birthday. Peck referes cryptically to 'the great egg prodgect', continuing the mysterious egg theme in his correspondence. The Bishop of Ely is dining as Nigel's guest, and Sir John Plumb was present (Peck refers to him as 'Plumly'). Peck reports the news that men have been active on the moon (the Apollo 16 landings).