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Diplomat. Ambassador to Pakistan (1952-1953); Ambassador to Colombia (1957-1959); Ambassador to Brazil (1959-1961); Ambassador to Poland (1962-1965). The Diplomatic Papers of John Moors Cabot . Copies of diplomatic papers concerning Latin America, Europe, general political and diplomatic materials, and diaries. [Originals deposited in the Edwin Gin...
Photographs, 1961-1968 and undated. Black-and-white images of United States Peace Corps administrators and staff, both at headquarters and in the field, as well as images of volunteers working at their duty stations abroad. Photographers include Rowland Scherman, Paul Conklin and Abbie Rowe.
Bosch discusses coups and revolutions in Cuba, Brazil, and other Latin American countries; the United States’ relationship with the Dominican Republic; and the Alliance for Progress, among other issues.
Cabot discusses Brazil’s involvement in the Alliance for Progress, U.S. foreign policy towards Poland and Eastern Europe during the John F. Kennedy Administration, and U.S.-China relations during the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Campos discusses U.S.-Brazilian relations under the Brazilian presidential administrations of Jânio da Silva Quadros and João Goulart; the Alliance for Progress; Goulart’s state visit to the United States; and the Brazilian reaction to the Cuban Missile Crisis, among other issues.
Dantas wrote this article for a journal in Brazil a week after President John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) death. His article reflects on JFK’s presidency and legacy, among other issues.
Gordon discusses JFK’s interest in Latin American Affairs, functions of the ambassador position, Latin and South American politics, and Brazilian government during the time of the 1964 coup, among other issues.
Nun identified as Sister Dulce [Lojos Fortes] standing with a group of young children. Four of the children are holding posters of President John F. Kennedy identifying him in Portuguese as the "Presidente dos Estados Unidos de America." The inscription on the verso of the photograph reads: "For President Kennedy, the good friend of the Brazilian P...
This folder contains copies of a speech by Senator John F. Kennedy titled, “The President’s South American Tour,” given at Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire and St. Mary’s College in South Bend, Indiana. In the speech Senator Kennedy remarks on President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s tour of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay and discusses ch...
This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning Brazil. Materials consist of a report by Hickman Price written at the request of President-elect Kennedy titled, "President-elect Quadros of Brazil: The Political Record of the Man and His Politics."
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