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  • Oral History Interview (this link takes you to the interview summary and, if available, the electronic transcript)
    William Douglas-Home Oral History Interview - JFK #1, 10/28/1966
    John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection28 October 1966

    Douglas-Home discusses meeting John F. Kennedy (JFK), meeting Sir Winston Churchill, and JFK and Robert F. Kennedy’s relationship, among other issues.

  • Oral History Interview (this link takes you to the interview summary and, if available, the electronic transcript)
    James C. Thomson Oral History Interview - JFK #2, 3/19/1980
    John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection19 March 1980

    In this interview, he discusses conflicting policies on China, the Chinese food crisis and the “Food for Peace” campaign, and Sino-Soviet relations, among other issues.

  • Digitized Folder of Material (this link takes you to a folder of digitized material within a collection)
    Luce, Clare Booth
    John F. Kennedy Personal Papers1942: 5 February-17 July

    This folder contains letters to John F. Kennedy from playwright, former Ambassador to Italy, and former Congressional Representative from Connecticut Clare Booth Luce concerning the events of World War II.

  • Digitized Folder of Material (this link takes you to a folder of digitized material within a collection)
    Behan, Brendan, 15 July 1961
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.15 July 1961

    This folder contains correspondence collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln. Materials consist of a handwritten letter from Irish author and playwright Brendan Behan to President John F. Kennedy, containing an anecdote about the 15th century head of the Fitzgerald clan, and a typewritten transcription of the...

  • Digitized Folder of Material (this link takes you to a folder of digitized material within a collection)
    1962: HE-HOG
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.1962

    This folder consists of correspondence between the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, and individuals and organizations both known and unknown to the President. Materials are mainly expressions of and responses to public opinion. Of note are letters from reporter Marguerite Higgins regarding a project about President ...

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