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  • Digitized Folder of Material (this link takes you to a folder of digitized material within a collection)
    Luxembourg: I-M
    James Wine Personal Papers16 April 1961-16 September 1962

    This folder consists of correspondence between James W. Wine, United States Ambassador to Luxembourg, and various individuals primarily expressing congratulations on his appointment as Ambassador to Luxembourg. Of note is correspondence between Ambassador Wine and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, and copies of outgoing letters to President John ...

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    Luxembourg: N-R
    James Wine Personal Papers21 April 1961-30 August 1962

    This folder consists of correspondence between James W. Wine, United States Ambassador to Luxembourg, and various individuals primarily expressing congratulations on his appointment as Ambassador to Luxembourg. Also included is correspondence between Ambassador Wine and B.F. (Boyd Frederick) Reed, owner of Turner-Elkhorn Mining Company, concerning ...

  • Digitized Folder of Material (this link takes you to a folder of digitized material within a collection)
    Luxembourg: S
    James Wine Personal Papers25 April 1961-9 October 1962

    This folder primarily consists of correspondence between James W. Wine, United States Ambassador to Luxembourg, and various individuals, including Robert "Sarge" Shriver, expressing congratulations on his appointment as Ambassador to Luxembourg. Also included are proclamations for United States holidays by President John F. Kennedy, and commemorati...

  • Digitized Folder of Material (this link takes you to a folder of digitized material within a collection)
    Luxembourg: W
    James Wine Personal Papers26 April 1961-26 September 1962

    This folder consists of correspondence between James W. Wine, United States Ambassador to Luxembourg, and various individuals, primarily expressing congratulations on his appointment as Ambassador to Luxembourg. Also included is correspondence between Ambassador Wine and R. Norris Wilson, Executive Vice President of the United States Committee for ...

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    Credentials
    James Wine Personal Papers27 April 1961-26 April 1967, undated

    This folder contains materials concerning United States Ambassador James W. Wine's appointments to Luxembourg and the Ivory Coast, including ceremonial details for his presentation of credentials. Also included are photographs of Ambassador Wine and his family. This folder contains some French-language materials.

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    White House correspondence, 1961-1965 (1 of 2 folders)
    James Wine Personal Papers29 May 1961-1 September 1964

    This folder contains letters and press releases concerning the appointment of James W. Wine as United States Ambassador to the Ivory Coast (formerly Ambassador to Luxembourg). Of note is a telegram and letter to Ambassador Wine from President John F. Kennedy and a tentative itinerary for a visit to the United States by Grand Duchess Charlotte of Lu...

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    Other foreign service posts
    James Wine Personal Papers18 May 1962-16 November 1964

    This folder contains correspondence between James W. Wine, United States Ambassador to the Ivory Coast (formerly U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg); William R. Rivkin, U.S. Ambassador to Luxembourg; and Joan M. Clark, administrative officer for the American Embassy in Luxembourg.

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    State Department (Abidjan correspondence)
    James Wine Personal Papers28 September 1962-25 January 1965

    This folder consists of correspondence between James W. Wine, United States Ambassador to the Ivory Coast, and various individuals. Of note is a letter of congratulations to Ambassador Wine from Minnesota Senator Hubert H. Humphrey.

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    Miscellaneous notes
    James Wine Personal PapersOctober 1962: 24-29

    This folder consists of materials concerning James W. Wine relinquishing his post as United States Ambassador to Luxembourg. Also included are notes on diplomacy and the United States in the Ivory Coast.

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    Ivory Coast: 1962-1967
    James Wine Personal Papers30 October 1962, undated

    This folder consist of black and white photographs of United States Ambassador to the Ivory Coast James W. Wine and various other individuals in the Ivory Coast. Of note are three images of President of the Ivory Coast Félix Houphouët-Boigny.

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