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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 9A
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.1959-1963

    Dictation Belt 9A contains six sound recordings. Item 9A.1 is a brief fragment of a telephone conversation held on March 2, 1963, between President John F. Kennedy and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. They talk about results of a recent Gallup Poll. The full conversation (including this fragment) is recorded on Dictation Belt 8B.5. Item 9A.2 is ...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 9B
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.1959-1963

    Dictation Belt 9B contains eight sound recordings. The recording of the conversation in item 9B.1 begins on Dictation Belt 9A.6. Item 9B.1 is part of a telephone conversation held on March 4, 1963, between President John F. Kennedy and Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. They continue their discussion about John A. McCone’s testimony and involvemen...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 33
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.September 1962

    Dictation Belt 33 contains five sound recordings. Item 33.1 is a telephone conversation held in September 1962 between President John F. Kennedy and a man called "[McDonald]." They schedule a later telephone call. Machine noise precedes the conversation. [White House Operator?] announces the call to Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln. Item 33.2 is a...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 33.4. Arthur Goldberg Resignation
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.September 1962

    Sound recording of two brief telephone exchanges in September 1962. In the first telephone exchange, President John F. Kennedy asks [White House Operator?] to place calls to labor leaders Walter Reuther, George Harrison, and David McDonald. In the second telephone exchange, a man identified as “George” offers congratulations on the appointment o...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 33.5. Announcement of Willard Wirtz as Nominee for Secretary of Labor
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.September 1962

    Sound recording of four telephone exchanges in September 1962. In the first telephone exchange, President John F. Kennedy and Walter Reuther discuss the nomination of W. Willard Wirtz for the position of Secretary of Labor. Machine noise follows. In the second telephone exchange, [White House Operator?] reports on the whereabouts of David McDona...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 3A
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.10 September 1962

    Dictation Belt 3A contains eight sound recordings from September 10, 1962. Item 3A.1 is a telephone conversation between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and Phil Regan. Regan announces that David McDonald will call back. [White House Operator?] announces the call. Item 3A.2 is a telephone conversation between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 3A.3. Appointment of W. Willard Wirtz as Secretary of Labor
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.10 September 1962

    Sound recording of a brief telephone exchange on September 10, 1962, between President John F. Kennedy and David McDonald. President Kennedy states that he is going ahead with Willard Wirtz, referring to his appointment of W. Willard Wirtz to serve as Secretary of Labor. [White House Operator?] announces the call. The recording ends abruptly. ...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 3A.5. Brief and Badly Garbled Item
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.10 September 1962

    Sound recording of a brief telephone exchange on September 10, 1962, between President John F. Kennedy and one or two unidentified speakers. This is badly garbled recording. Transcript included. This sound recording was originally recorded on Dictation Belt 3A, which contains additional sound recording(s) preceding and following this one. To ...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 4F
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.ca. 30 September 1962

    Dictation Belt 4F contains seven sound recordings. The recording of the conversation in item 4F.1 begins on Dictation Belt 4E.1. Item 4F.1 is a sound recording of part of a telephone conversation held on September 30, 1962, between President John F. Kennedy and Governor Ross R. Barnett of Mississippi. They discuss maintaining law and order in Miss...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 4F.6. University of Mississippi Crisis
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.30 September 1962

    Sound recording of two telephone exchanges on September 30, 1962. In the first telephone exchange, Assistant Attorney General Burke Marshall asks [White House Operator?] to place a call to Assistant Attorney General Ramsey Clark. In the second exchange, Marshall asks Clark about operations concerning the University of Mississippi crisis and then as...

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