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Attorney General Papers, 1961-1964. Correspondence, desk diaries, books, John F. Kennedy Library file, classified file, confidential file, speeches, telephone logs and messages, trip file.
White House Staff Files 1960-1963. Staff Assistant to the President for Congressional Liaison, member, White House special projects staff (1961-1963). Letters, lists, manifests and diagrams relating to the 1960 Campaign, Presidential and staff travel, White House Tours Reading Files, materials relating to gifts offered to the President and his fami...
Papers 1944-1973 [bulk 1961-1973]. Lawyer, of Senate investigation of 1944 Presidential campaign; brochures and government official. Vice Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board (1961-73). Transcripts, photographs, case files, memorandums, correspondence, newsclippings, and reports relating to the aviation industry; transcripts and scrapbook other materi...
Papers 1947-1980. Painter, author, Kennedy and Hemingway family friend. Chairman, U.S. Commission of Fine Arts (1963-1971); trustee, John F. Kennedy Library Inc. Correspondence with the Kennedys and Hemingways; records from the Commission of Fine Arts, in particular relating to Washington D.C. and to Pennsylvania Avenue; items from political campai...
Papers 1912-1969 (fragments 1912-1918). Author, banker, financial adviser to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Papers, writings, general files relating to his banking career, the New Deal, World War II, and foreign policy topics.
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