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Clay, General Lucius D., August 1961-June 1963

Clay, General Lucius D., August 1961-June 1963
August 1961-June 1963
77 digital pages
This folder consists of correspondence collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, with and concerning General Lucius D. Clay. Materials consist primarily of staff memorandums offering views and advice on Clay's assignment as Personal Representative to the President on the United States Mission to Berlin. Items include a report on the scope and distribution of United States military and economic assistance programs from the Committee to Strengthen the Security of the Free World, of which Clay was a member. Staff memorandums on the report and subsequent meetings between President Kennedy and Clay are also included. Correspondence between President Kennedy and Clay is found throughout.
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  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Personal Secretary. , 1961 - 1963
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. Special Correspondence. Clay, General Lucius D., August 1961-June 1963
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