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Events: 13 March 1961, Reception, Latin American Countries

Events: 13 March 1961, Reception, Latin American Countries
March 1961: 6-13, undated
64 digital pages
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). White House Social Entertainments Office. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)
JFKWHSFSLF-007-018
This series contains materials used in planning the social events. Each event has its own folder containing guest lists showing whether a guest has accepted or regretted, menus, programs, invitations and their drafts, replies of guests and press releases. There is also a file on arrangements for President Kennedy's funeral which includes a guest list. Hand-printed seating plans for many of the social events are filed at the end of the series. If a folder has an asterisk "*" there is an oversize seating plan in box 29. If a folder has a double asterisk "**" there is an oversize seating plan in box 30. If a folder has a triple asterisk "***" there is an oversize seating plan in box 30a.
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