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Boutin, Bernard (Bernard Louis), 1923(1)
Camp, Christine, 1929-1994(1)
Davens, Edward, 1911-1982(1)
Fenn, Dan H. (Dan Huntington), 1923-(1)
Hamill, Peter V. V. (Peter VanVechten), 1926-2007(3)
Political campaign, 1960(2)
United States government departments and agencies(2)
Diplomatic and consular service(2)
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963(1)
Kennedy, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1888-1969(1)
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973(1)
Freeman, Orville L. (Orville Lothrop), 1918-2003(1)
Salinger, Pierre (Pierre Emil George), 1925-2004(1)
National Archives and Records Administration. Office of Presidential Libraries. John F. Kennedy Library. (04/01/1985 - )(1)
United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Public Health Service. Surgeon General(3)
United States. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Public Health Service. Surgeon General. Advisory Committee on Smoking and Health(3)
United States. Department of State. Agency for International Development(1)
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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...
Camp discusses the staff and operations of the Office of the White House Press Secretary, daily White House press briefings, press coverage of the Kennedy family, and the Cuban Missile Crisis, among other issues.
Crawford discusses Romania’s economic industrialization in the 1960s, Orville L. Freeman’s 1963 visit to Romania, and the 1964 settlement with Romanian that changed the U.S. mission in that country from a legation to an embassy, among other issues.
Davens discusses his recollections of the Panel, its priorities and decision-making processes, and his impressions of President John F. Kennedy, among other issues.
The interviewees discuss the history of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, including the development of policies and procedures for handling documents, the various locations the library was housed, and development of the oral history program.
Freedman discusses JFK as a scholar, handling the Catholic question, and the Berlin trip, among other issues.
Hamill discusses the research on the link between smoking and cancer, the organization of the Advisory Committee, and the intensity of the smoking debate, among other issues.
Hamill discusses preparations for the first two Advisory Committee meetings, internal conflicts with Surgeon General Luther Terry and Assistant Surgeon General James Hundley, and the strain of the job, among other issues.
Hamill discusses receiving assistance from the Public Health Service, his loss of control over the study, and changes in the Advisory Committee after he left, among other issues.
Hamilton discusses the development of the Agency for International Development, the Alliance for Progress, and problems related to funding foreign aid programs, among other issues.
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