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Battle discusses his friendship with John F. Kennedy when they were both PT boat commanders in World War II, the 1960 presidential campaign in West Virginia and Virginia, and his appointment as Ambassador to Australia.
Brennan discusses the 1960 primary campaign in Wisconsin, John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) campaign visits to Wisconsin, and the reasons why JFK lost Wisconsin to Richard Milhous Nixon in the general election, among other issues.
Kapenstein discusses Wisconsin political press coverage, and the Wisconsin state primary of 1960, among other issues.
Sheridan discusses Robert F. Kennedy after President Kennedy's assassination, his work in upstate New York on the 1964 senate campaign, interactions with the mafia and political bosses in Utica, Robert Kennedy's campaign trips through upstate New York, and the campaign staff.
This folder contains newspaper clippings and correspondence between Pierre Salinger, Press Secretary to Senator John F. Kennedy, and various individuals regarding support for Senator Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign, advice on international affairs, and the Senator’s campaign trip to Louisville, Kentucky. Also included in this folder is a speec...
This folder contains letters and telegrams regarding the presidential debates between Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Senator John F. Kennedy, and expressing support for Senator Kennedy’s campaign. Also included in this folder is the itinerary for the Senator’s campaign trip to New York City, as well as production specifications for the third p...
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