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Address at a White House Reception for Members of Congress and for the Diplomatic Corps of the Latin American Republics, 13 March 1961

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Address at a White House Reception for Members of Congress and for the Diplomatic Corps of the Latin American Republics, 13 March 1961
13 March 1961
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) motion picture of President John F. Kennedy's address at a White House reception for Washington's corps of Latin American ambassadors in the East Room, White House, Washington, D.C. In his speech the President proposes the establishment of The Alliance for Progress, a cooperative effort between the United States and Latin America to improve social, economic, and health conditions for millions of Latin Americans in need. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Vice President Lyndon Johnson, and Lady Bird Johnson attend. CBS No. 610317-03A. Copyright restrictions apply.
1 film reel (black-and-white; sound; 16 mm; 767 feet; 22 minutes)
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Copyright for this item is held by Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS). Non-exclusive licensing rights are held by the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, Inc.