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    Bob Booker Personal Papers
    1962

    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.

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    Fred Brink Personal Papers
    1991

    Items relating to Brink's work in conducting oral history interviews with McGeorge Bundy, Dean Rusk, Pierre Salinger, Robert Macnamara, and Dave Powers, and in creating a film for the 1991 John F. Kennedy Library exhibit on the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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    Frank Cormier and William Eaton Personal Papers
    1967-1970

    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.

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    Victoria Schuck Collection
    1944-1969

    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...

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    United States Information Agency Audio Recordings Collection
    1957 - 1974, bulk 1961-1964

    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 ...

  • Digitized Collection (this link takes you to the collection's overview and finding aid, with links out to the digitized content)
    White House Audio Collection
    1961-1963

    White House Communications Agency recordings of President Kennedy's speeches and other public remarks.

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    Boyd, Thomas H. (2010-2012): Oral history interview
    Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection20 October 2015

    Thomas "Tommy" H. Boyd served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Ukraine from March 2010 to December 2012. With a background in youth development programs and teaching, Boyd was part of the 38th group of volunteers to serve in Ukraine and trained with a cluster of five volunteers in Semenivka. The highlight of his training was the opportunity to liv...

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    Browning, Ivan Carroll (1974): Oral history interview
    Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection1 August 2015

    Ivan Browning applied to Peace Corps after serving as a VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) 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 ser...

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    Clapp, Stephen Caswell (1962-1964): Oral history interview
    Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection31 July 2015

    Stephen Clapp served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nigeria from 1962 to 1964. After attending Harvard College and working as a journalist for the New York Post, Clapp decided to join the Peace Corps. He trained at Columbia University Teachers College in the secondary education program, which included learning Hausu and Nigerian history and culture....

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    Dakin, Kae (1965-1966): Oral history interview
    Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Collection8 January 2016

    Kae Dakin served in the Peace Corps in Kenya from January 1965 to November 1966. She and her husband were assigned to the Kinigop highlands, which were mainly populated by the Kikuyu people. Their project focused on land resettlement, the transfer of land from white to black farmers, and agricultural development after Kenya won its independence fro...

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