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Anti-poll tax amendments, 31 January 1961-30 April 1963

Anti-poll tax amendments, 31 January 1961-30 April 1963
31 January 1961–30 May 1963
47 digital pages
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Assistant Special Counsel. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)
JFKWHSFLCW-001-010
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, drafts, printed matter, clippings and miscellaneous items arranged alphabetically by topic or organization and chronologically within each heading. This series covers a wide range of activities and legislative concerns including the communications satellite corporation, the Kennedy administration's economic program, conservation, the development and exploitation of water and other natural resources, public health, and mass transportation. An artificial chronological file consisting largely of extra copies of outgoing correspondence was created at the time of processing and placed at the beginning of the series. Folders marked with a "*" indicate material that was opened in 1997 and integrated into the original order of the collection and the finding aid. The extent of these additions is about 300 items.
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