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    AR6429-K. Opera Singer Renata Tebaldi Sings at Ceremony Celebrating the Unification of Italy
    White House Photographs16 March 1961

    Ceremony celebrating the Unification of Italy. L-R: Unidentified piano player and several unidentified members of the United States Marine Band; Opera singer, Renata Tebaldi; Archbishop Patrick A. O’Boyle and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, seated onstage in front row; Congressman Roland V. Libonati (Illinois), seated behind Archbishop O’Boyle; C...

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    AR6429-G. President John F. Kennedy Speaks at Ceremony Celebrating the Unification of Italy
    White House Photographs16 March 1961

    Ceremony celebrating the Unification of Italy. President John F. Kennedy, at podium. Seated, L-R (front row): Archbishop Patrick A. O’Boyle; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; Speaker of the House of Representatives, Sam Rayburn; Italian Ambassador to the United States, Manlio Brosio. Second row (L-R): Congressman Roland V. Libonati (Illinois); two ...

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    AR6429-M. Italian Ambassador to the United States, Manlio Brosio, Speaks at Ceremony Celebrating the Unification of Italy
    White House Photographs16 March 1961

    Ceremony celebrating the Unification of Italy. L-R: Italian Ambassador to the United States, Manlio Brosio, speaks from the podium; several unidentified members of the United States Marine Band, seated behind Brosio; Archbishop Patrick A. O’Boyle, seated at right; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; Congressman Roland V. Libonati (Illinois). State De...

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    KN-C17332. President John F. Kennedy Attends Ceremony Celebrating the Unification of Italy
    White House Photographs16 March 1961

    Ceremony celebrating the Unification of Italy. Front row, L-R: Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; Speaker of the House of Representatives, Sam Rayburn; Italian Ambassador to the United States, Manlio Brosio; President John F. Kennedy (with a cut above his left eye). Others include: Congressman Roland V. Libonati (Illinois), at left, behind Johnson’s...

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    KN-C17338. President John F. Kennedy Speaks at Ceremony Celebrating the Unification of Italy
    White House Photographs16 March 1961

    Ceremony celebrating the Unification of Italy. President John F. Kennedy speaks from the podium; attendees listen while seated in the audience and onstage; members of the United States Marine Band sit onstage at left. Seated in group at right onstage, L-R: Archbishop Patrick A. O’Boyle; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; Congressman Roland V. Libona...

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    KN-17920. Congressional Coffee Hour (House of Representatives)
    White House Photographs25 May 1961

    Congressional Coffee Hour (House of Representatives). L-R: Congressman Abraham J. Multer (New York); Congressman Herman Toll (Pennsylvania); Congressman Robert N. C. Nix (Pennsylvania); President John F. Kennedy; Congressman Roland V. Libonati (Illinois); Congressman M. Blaine Peterson (Utah); Congressman William S. Moorhead (Pennsylvania). Blue Ro...

  • Digitized Sound Recording
    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 28A.2. Lining Up Votes on the Civil Rights Bill
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.28 October 1963

    Sound recording of a telephone conversation held on October 28, 1963, between President John F. Kennedy and Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago. President Kennedy asks Mayor Daley to speak to Representative Roland V. Libonati of Illinois about supporting a civil rights bill. The recording begins in mid-conversation. Transcript included. This so...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 28A
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Dictation Belt 28A contains five sound recordings. Item 28A.1 is a telephone conversation held on October 24, 1963, between President John F. Kennedy and President Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia. They discuss President Tito’s trip to New York. [White House Operator?] places the call at President Kennedy’s request. Item 28A.2 is a telephone conversat...

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