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KN-C20222. President John F. Kennedy with Opera Singer Grace Bumbry at White House Dinner

KN-C20222
KN-C20222. President John F. Kennedy with Opera Singer Grace Bumbry at White House Dinner
20 February 1962
President John F. Kennedy (left) talks with mezzo-soprano opera singer Grace Bumbry following her performance at a dinner in honor of Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, Speaker of the House of Representatives John W. McCormack, and Supreme Court Chief Justice Earl Warren. Chief Justice Warren (in back, facing away) and Harriet McCormack, wife of Speaker McCormack (back to camera, wearing blue dress), stand to the left of President Kennedy; Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg (over President Kennedy's shoulder at right) stands in the background; Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare Abraham Ribicoff and his wife Ruth Ribicoff (wearing yellow dress) stand directly behind Ms. Bumbry. East Room, White House, Washington, D.C.
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Robert Knudsen. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
JFKWHP-KN-C20222
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Naval Aide to the President. (1961 - 1963)
JFKWHP-1962-02-20-F
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