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Person: Kefauver, Estes, (Carey Estes), 1903-1963
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In this interview Harris discusses John F. Kennedy [JFK] as a member of the House of Representatives; the Arkansas delegation to the 1956 Democratic National Convention and the vote for the vice presidential candidate; the 1960 Democratic National Convention; the results of the 1960 presidential election in Arkansas; the proposed changes for U.S. r...
In this interview Hoffmann discusses John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] campaign for the 1960 West Virginia [WV] presidential primary; JFK’s religion as a campaign issue in WV; WV press on JFK versus Hubert H. Humphrey; Hoffmann’s interactions with JFK during the WV campaign; President JFK’s continued interest in WV; reaction to the Kennedy Administration in ...
This folder consists of correspondence collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, with and concerning Tennessee Senator Estes Kefauver. Materials mainly represent both official and personal matters, including a letter sent to then President-elect Kennedy. Items include a 1956 list of Kefauver's voting record a...
Motion picture produced for Senator John F. Kennedy's 1958 re-election campaign. Included are highlights of Senator Kennedy's political career using stills and edited film footage, with shots of Senator Kennedy with Senator Mike Mansfield (Montana) and Senator Lyndon B. Johnson (Texas), Senator Kennedy questioning James R. (Jimmy) Hoffa during the ...
(L-R) Senator Estes Kefauver of Tennessee; Senator Albert Gore, Sr. of Tennessee; and President John F. Kennedy look at a portrait of President Andrew Jackson painted by Ralph E.W. Earl. Cabinet Room, White House, Washington, D.C.
Swearing-in ceremony, Frank B. Ellis, Director of Office of Civil and Defense Mobilization (OCDM). L-R: Senator Allen J. Ellender (Louisiana); President John F. Kennedy; Alice Grima Ellis; Congressman Hale Boggs (Louisiana); Frank B. Ellis; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; Chief Justice of Louisiana Supreme Court, John B. Fournet; Senator Russell ...
Congressional Coffee Hour (Senate). L-R: Senator Alexander Wiley (Wisconsin); Senator John A. Carroll (Colorado); Senator Oren E. Long (Hawaii); Senator Milton R. Young (North Dakota); President John F. Kennedy; Senator Estes Kefauver (Tennessee); Senator John J. Sparkman (Alabama). Blue Room, White House, Washington, D.C.
President John F. Kennedy meets with Congressmen and Senators from Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) area. (L-R) President Kennedy; two unidentified men (one partially hidden); Congressman Robert E. Jones (Alabama); Congressman Carl Elliott (Alabama); Senator John Sparkman (Alabama); Congressman Frank Smith (Mississippi); unidentified man; Herbert ...
President John F. Kennedy meets with Congressmen and Senators from Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) area. President Kennedy at desk with back to camera. Standing around desk (L – R): Unidentified man; Congressman Robert E. Jones (Alabama); Congressman Carl Elliott (Alabama); Senator John Sparkman (Alabama); three unidentified men (two mostly hidd...
President John F. Kennedy (seated at desk) delivers remarks at the signing of the Drug Industry Act of 1962. Looking on (L-R): unidentified stenographer (seated); Senator Thomas J. Dodd (Connecticut); Dr. Frances Oldham Kelsey, of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA); Commissioner of the FDA, George P. Larrick; Senator Philip A. Hart (Michigan);...
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