JFK Website (0)
Digital Archives (3)
Contributor: Black, Eugene R. (Eugene Robert), 1898-1992
Advice and counsel to the President(2)
Alliance for Progress(2)
United States. Central Intelligence Agency(1)
United States. Peace Corps(1)
Bartlett, Charles (Charles Leffingwell), 1921-(1)
Harlech, William David Ormsby-Gore, Lord, 1918-1985(1)
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963(2)
Roosa, Robert V. (Robert Vincent), 1918-1993(1)
Shriver, Sargent (Robert Sargent), 1915-2011(1)
This folder consists of correspondence between the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, and journalist Charles L. Bartlett. Materials mainly consist of Bartlett's views on political and foreign affairs, and commentary on his own and others' news reports. Topics include foreign aid, the 1962 midterm election, the Cuban Mi...
Dictation Belt 17A contains four sound recordings from April 2, 1963. Item 17A.1 is a telephone conversation between President John F. Kennedy and Under Secretary of Treasury for Monetary Affairs Robert V. Roosa. They discuss a strategy for the United States and other countries to increase international monetary liquidity. The recording begins in m...
Sound recording of a telephone conversation held on April 2, 1963, between President John F. Kennedy and Eugene R. Black. They discuss Lucius Clay’s prospective testimony on funding levels for the foreign aid program and the Alliance for Progress program for Latin America.
The recording begins in mid-conversation.
Transcript included. This so...
Search powered by Oracle Endeca ®.
JOHN F. KENNEDY PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUMColumbia Point, Boston MA 02125 (617) 514-1600