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State: Visit: 1962: India-Pakistan, March: Pakistan press coverage: Articles

State: Visit: 1962: India-Pakistan, March: Pakistan press coverage: Articles
March 1962: 18-26, undated
23 digital pages
This folder contains articles from newspapers in Pakistan regarding First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s trip to India and Pakistan. This folder contains foreign language materials.
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Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994
JBKOPP-SF07-012
Mary Gallagher was Jacqueline Kennedy’s personal secretary from 1957 until March of 1964. Gallagher had previously worked in John F. Kennedy’s Senate office from 1952 until 1956 when she became a part-time personal secretary for Jacqueline’s mother, Mrs. Hugh D. Auchincloss, a position that she kept until the 1960 presidential campaign. This series contains subject files relating to Mary Gallagher’s role as personal secretary to the First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. These materials, arranged alphabetically by type, consist mainly of correspondence, memos, notes and clippings. Major topics include State visits, travel, and White House redecoration. There are also a small amount of materials relating to the 1960 presidential campaign.
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