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Boutin, Bernard (Bernard Louis), 1923(1)
Cole, Charles W. (Charles Woolsey), 1906-1978(1)
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963(1)
Goodwin, Richard N. (Richard Naradhoff), 1931-(1)
Moscoso, Teodoro (José Teodoro), 1910-1992(1)
Morrissey, Francis X. (Francis Xavier), 1910-2008(1)
National Archives and Records Administration. Office of Presidential Libraries. John F. Kennedy Library. (04/01/1985 - )(1)
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Arata discusses how he became White House upholsterer, his work at the White House, and his memories of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, among other issues.
Benson discusses the 1960 primary campaigns in Wisconsin and West Virginia, including campaign teas and rallies and John F. Kennedy’s rapport with voters, among other issues.
Boutin discusses the 1960 Democratic primary in New Hampshire; the 1960 Democratic National Convention; reforms that he made in the General Service Administration in personnel practices, bidding and contracting, and implementing equal opportunity programs; the stockpile investigation; and John F. Kennedy’s involvement in planning his presidential l...
Cole discusses Teodoro Moscoso and Richard N. Goodwin’s 1962 mission to Chile, the 1964 Chilean Presidential election, socialist and communist influences in Chile, the Agency for International Development (AID), and U.S. foreign policy towards Latin America, among other issues.
Donahue discusses his work on John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) 1952 and 1958 Senate campaigns and 1960 presidential campaign, and JFK’s involvement in Massachusetts and national politics during that time period, among other issues.
Farmer discusses the Freedom Rides, the JFK administration and civil rights legislation, and Farmer’s support for RFK in New York, among other issues.
Forbes discusses the New Hampshire primary, opponents in the campaign, and the Kennedy family’s visits to New Hampshire, among other issues.
Freed discusses involvement in various political campaigns for JFK, personal relationship with the Kennedys, and involvement in the Jewish community in Boston, among other issues.
Lawrence discusses the 1956 and 1960 Democratic National Convention, the 1960 presidential campaign in Pennsylvania, and civil rights, among other issues.
McCormack discusses his memories of Congress, his close working relationship with Samuel Taliaferro Rayburn, and the relationship between the legislative and executive branches of government during the John F. Kennedy administration, among other issues.
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