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Papers 1927-1966 (bulk of the dates: 1940-1961). The Papers of the Museum Ernest Hemingway, Republic of Cuba, cover the period 1927 to 1966. They consist of personal papers of Ernest Hemingway, author and journalist, and Mary Hemingway, journalist and fourth wife of Ernest Hemingway, and include manuscripts, correspondence, news clippings, and oth...
Bartlett discusses the 1962 Steel Crisis, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and John F. Kennedy's personal life during the presidency, among other issues.
Boylan discusses transcribing dictated correspondence and speeches for John F. Kennedy (JFK), interactions with JFK’s constituents, and JFK’s final campaign trip though New England in 1960, among other issues.
Ervin discusses JFK’s relationship with southern senators, the McClellan Committee, the Civil Rights Bill of 1963 and Ervin’s opposition to the bill, among other issues.
Halleck discusses working with John F. Kennedy as Congressman and President, from 1947-1963, Congress’ reaction to the Bay of Pigs and the Cuban Missile Crisis, and JFK’s effectiveness with Congress, among other issues.
Johnson discusses her recollections of the Kennedy presidency, her husband’s role as Vice President and President, and her relationship with the Kennedy family, among other issues.
This interview focuses on Udall’s political background, his first impressions of Senator John F. Kennedy, labor relations of 1958, and the 1960 presidential nomination, among other issues.
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