JFK Website (0)
Digital Archives (265)
Digitized Collection: Robert F. Kennedy Oral History Collection
Edelman, Peter (Peter Benjamin), 1938-(8)
Graves, Earl G., 1935-(7)
Mankiewicz, Frank (Frank Fabian), 1924-(9)
Nolan, John E. (John Edward), 1927-(6)
Walinsky, Adam, 1937-(14)
Political campaign, 1968(47)
State and local government(22)
Political campaign, 1964(18)
Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968(41)
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973(17)
King, Martin Luther, 1929-1968(10)
McCarthy, Eugene (Eugene Joseph), 1916-2005(10)
Hoover, J. Edgar, (John Edgar), 1895-1972(6)
New York (State)(32)
New York (N.Y.)(9)
New York (State). Assembly(5)
United States. Congress. Senate(11)
United States. Department of Justice(8)
United States. Department of Justice. Attorney General(10)
United States. Department of Justice. Federal Bureau of Investigation(9)
Oral History Interview(264)
Alsop discusses his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, the appointment of vice president after President Kennedy’s assassination, and Robert Kennedy’s relationship with President Johnson, among other issues.
Alsop discusses his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, the New York Senate race, Vietnam and the Tet Offensive, and Robert Kennedy’s relationship with his staff and the American youth, among other issues.
Alsop discusses his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, the Civil Rights movement, counterintelligence, and Vietnam, among other issues.
Barthelmes discusses relations between Robert F. Kennedy's (RFK) senate office and different news outlets and reporters, RFK’s personality and eccentricities, and his rapport with different groups that he spoke to, among other issues.
Barthelmes discusses press relations, trips that Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) took to Latin American and Africa, and RFK’s presidential campaign in Oregon, among other issues.
Barthelmes discusses conflicts and negotiations between Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) & Edith Green, about juvenile delinquency legislation and programs, the relationship between Kennedy family members and their staff, and impressions of RFK’s character and personality.
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