June 1974
Time;6/24/1974, Vol. 103 Issue 25, p78
The article presents obituaries for several notable people including the newspaper columnist George Frazier, Guatemalan novelist Miguel Angel Asturias, and the Duke of Gloucester and third son of King George V of England, Prince Henry William Frederick Albert.


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