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  • Oral History Interview (this link takes you to the interview summary and, if available, the electronic transcript)
    Christine Camp Oral History Interview - JFK #2, 1/14/1966
    John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection14 January 1966

    Camp discusses the card file that the 1960 Kennedy campaign kept of potential supporters and Democratic National Convention delegates, the operations of John F. Kennedy’s press secretary’s office during the campaign and White House years, and campaign trips and later state visits that she did advance work for, among other issues.

  • Oral History Interview (this link takes you to the interview summary and, if available, the electronic transcript)
    Nicholas deB. Katzenbach Oral History Interview - JFK #1, 11/16/1964
    John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection16 November 1964

    Katzenbach discusses his first meetings with John and Robert F. Kennedy, the Freedom Riders, civil rights, aid to parochial schools, and appointments to the Supreme Court, among other issues.

  • Oral History Interview (this link takes you to the interview summary and, if available, the electronic transcript)
    Norbert A. Schlei Oral History Interview - JFK #1, 2/20-21/1968
    John F. Kennedy Oral History CollectionFebruary 1968: 20-21

    Schlei discusses the Civil Rights Act of 1963, passing immigration legislation, and the atmosphere of the Justice Department, among other issues.

  • Digitized Sound Recording
    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 10B
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.6 March 1963

    Dictation Belt 10B contains five sound recordings from March 6, 1963. The recording of the conversation in item 10B.1 begins on Dictation Belt 10A.7. Item 10B.1 is part of a telephone conversation between President John F. Kennedy and Deputy Attorney General Nicholas deB. Katzenbach. They continue to discuss issues involving the Communications Sate...

  • Digitized Sound Recording
    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 10B.5. Resignation of Philip L. Graham as an Incorporator of the Communications Satellite Corporation
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.6 March 1963

    Sound recording of a telephone conversation held on March 6, 1963, between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and Mary Wilder, secretary to Clark Clifford. Wilder reads a letter from Philip L. Graham announcing his resignation as an incorporator of the Communications Satellite Corporation. Transcript included. This sound recording was originally ...

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