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Materials related to recorded album "The First Family," including two scrapbooks, publicity booklet, original acetate recording, 1/4" master tape, CD, gold album, and related materials.
Papers 1967-1970. Biographers. Co-authors, Reuther (1970). Research materials: notes, tapes, and transcripts of interviews with labor and public officials including Walter Reuther, Victor Reuther, George Meany, Arthur Goldberg, and others. 78-326.
Motion picture film, videotape, sound discs, and audiotape recordings of political rallies, speeches, advertising, and other documentation of local, state, and national political campaigns and events, as recorded or acquired by the major national political committees. Includes recordings of political programs or events that were broadcast in off-el...
Sound Recordings, 1957-1974 (bulk 1961-1964), deposited in the Kennedy Library by the United States Information Agency (USIA) at various times. Speeches and other public appearances of Edward R. Murrow during his tenure as Director of the USIA; recordings of memorial ceremonies and tributes to President Kennedy occurring both within and outside of ...
White House Communications Agency recordings of President Kennedy's speeches and other public remarks.
Ivan Browning applied to Peace Corps after serving as a VISTA volunteer in a youth services program in Idaho. After joining the Peace Corps, Browning was stationed in Colombia. After training in Bogota, he worked in an adult rehabilitation program in Neiva where he offered athletic activities to prisoners. He served in Colombia from February to Se...
Evelyn Ganzglass served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mogadishu, Somalia, from 1966 to 1968, with her husband Martin. They trained with the Somalia IV group at Columbia University Teachers College. After a brief in-country orientation, the couple was assigned to Mogadishu where Martin worked with the National Police Force and Evelyn taught English ...
Laura Good served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in the Philippines from 1982 to 1984, working in the field of local development administration. Prior to the Peace Corps, Laura had gained experience in anthropology, environmental science, and urban planning. In the Philippines, Laura and her husband lived and worked on the very small island of Siquijor...
Abdullahi Edward Tomasiewicz served in the Peace Corps in Nigeria from August 1966 to August 1967 as an agriculture and rural development volunteer. He was assigned to a small industries business loan grant project in Kano, a project funded by the Ford Foundation and administered by the regional Nigerian government. The Peace Corps decided to termi...
Sound recording of Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts reading the Declaration of Independence. A recording of Senator Kennedy's reading was broadcast on WQXR Radio in New York, on July 4, 1957, as part of the station's observance of the Fourth of July. An unidentified speaker introduces Senator Kennedy's reading; the date of the recording of ...
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