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Olympic Games, Detroit, 3 September 1963

Olympic Games, Detroit, 3 September 1963
3 September 1963
197 digital pages
This folder contains carbon copies of the President’s outgoing correspondence. Materials in this folder include letters to members of the International Olympic Committee proposing Detroit, Michigan as the host city for the 1964 Summer Olympics.
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the President. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)
JFKWHCFCHRON-012-003
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. White House Central Files. Chronological File. President's Outgoing Executive Correspondence. Olympic Games, Detroit, 3 September 1963
This series consists of copies of the President's outgoing executive correspondence. The incoming correspondence and attachments to the outgoing correspondence may be found in the White House Central Subject File under the alphanumeric subject heading indicated in the upper right hand corner of the document.
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