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13 May 1960-14 January 1961
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This folder contains letters and telegrams between Senator John F. Kennedy; Pierre Salinger, Press Secretary to Senator Kennedy; and various individuals concerning employment in the White House press office and offering advice on the 1960 presidential campaign, the economy, and international relations. Also included in this folder is a letter to Senator Kennedy regarding his decision to not wear hats. Of note is a telegram from Senator Kennedy to former Illinois Governor Adlai Stevenson.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960. Speeches and the Press. Press Secretary’s Alphabetical File, 1960. A
This series consists of general correspondence answered by Pierre Salinger's office, including information requests, job applications, opinion mail, personal congratulations, and so on.
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