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Campaign research materials

Campaign research materials
10 December 1959-19 July 1960, undated
50 digital pages
This folder contains research material compiled by John L. Saltonstall, Director of the Committee of Arts, Letters, and Sciences for Kennedy for President, concerning Senator John F. Kennedy's 1960 presidential campaign. Materials include articles about Senator Kennedy, information on states supporting the Senator's campaign, correspondence regarding voice therapy for Senator Kennedy, and handwritten notes by Mr. Saltonstall concerning formation of the committee and potential supporters of Senator Kennedy.
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Saltonstall, John L. (John Lee), 1916-2007
JLSPP-001-013
John L. Saltonstall Personal Papers. 1960 Campaign Files, 1959-1960. Campaign research materials
This series consists of correspondence, letters, campaign materials, newspapers, and magazines from the 1960 presidential campaign of John F. Kennedy. The materials record the internal workings of the Committee of Arts, Letters, & Sciences for Kennedy for President, of which John Saltonstall served as Director. The series also includes correspondence and form letters that reflect the process of garnering support from “liberal” members of the Democratic party, as well as political cartoons depicting the political climate of 1960.
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