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    Thomas S. Estes Oral History Interview - JFK #1, 3/18/1971
    John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection18 March 1971

    Estes discusses his appointment as Ambassador and the role of Upper Volta in African politics, among other issues.

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    Upper Volta: General, 1961-1962
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.1961: 7 April-28 November

    This folder contains materials collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the Republic of Upper Volta (later known as Burkina Faso). Materials in this folder include memoranda from Lucius D. Battle, Special Assistant to the Secretary and Executive Secretary, and Angier Biddle Duke, White House and ...

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    AR6795-A. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Tea for Wives of New Ambassadors
    White House Photographs20 September 1961

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy hosts a tea party for wives of new ambassadors; guests pose in front of the grand staircase in the Entrance Hall, White House, Washington, D.C. Guests include: Neila Zouiten Bourguiba (wife of Ambassador Habib Bourguiba, Jr. of Tunisia); Mrs. Frédéric Guirma of Upper Volta; Mrs. Sergio Fenoaltea of Italy; Helena Drozni...

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    KN-C18882. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Tea for Wives of New Ambassadors
    White House Photographs20 September 1961

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy hosts a tea party for wives of new ambassadors; guests pose in front of the grand staircase in the Entrance Hall, White House, Washington, D.C. Guests include: Neila Zouiten Bourguiba (wife of Ambassador Habib Bourguiba, Jr. of Tunisia); Mrs. Frédéric Guirma of Upper Volta; Mrs. Sergio Fenoaltea of Italy; Helena Drozni...

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    KN-C18883. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Tea for Wives of New Ambassadors
    White House Photographs20 September 1961

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy hosts a tea party for wives of new ambassadors; guests pose in front of the grand staircase in the Entrance Hall, White House, Washington, D.C. Guests include: Neila Zouiten Bourguiba (wife of Ambassador Habib Bourguiba, Jr. of Tunisia); Mrs. Frédéric Guirma of Upper Volta; Mrs. Sergio Fenoaltea of Italy; Helena Drozni...

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    KN-C18884. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Tea for Wives of New Ambassadors
    White House Photographs20 September 1961

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy hosts a tea party for wives of new ambassadors; guests pose in front of the grand staircase in the Entrance Hall, White House, Washington, D.C. Guests include: Neila Zouiten Bourguiba (wife of Ambassador Habib Bourguiba, Jr. of Tunisia); Mrs. Frédéric Guirma of Upper Volta; Mrs. Sergio Fenoaltea of Italy; Helena Drozni...

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    KN-C18885. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Tea for Wives of New Ambassadors
    White House Photographs20 September 1961

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy hosts a tea party for wives of new ambassadors; guests pose in front of the grand staircase in the Entrance Hall, White House, Washington, D.C. Guests include: Neila Zouiten Bourguiba (wife of Ambassador Habib Bourguiba, Jr. of Tunisia); Mrs. Frédéric Guirma of Upper Volta; Mrs. Sergio Fenoaltea of Italy; Helena Drozni...

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    AR7668-A. President John F. Kennedy with Ambassador of the Republic of Upper Volta, John Boureima Kaboré
    White House Photographs18 January 1963

    President John F. Kennedy (in rocking chair) meets with newly-appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Upper Volta, John Boureima Kaboré; Ambassador Kaboré presented his credentials to President Kennedy. Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, G. Mennen "Soapy" Williams, sits at left. Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.

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