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    1961: American
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.1961

    This folder consists of correspondence between the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, and individuals and organizations both known and unknown to the President. Materials are mainly expressions of and responses to public opinion. Of note are letters, newspaper clippings, a bill and a report from American Veterans (AMVE...

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    AR6737-A. President John F. Kennedy Meets with Harold Russell, National Commander of American Veterans (AMVETS)
    White House Photographs9 August 1961

    President John F. Kennedy meets with Harold Russell, National Commander of American Veterans (AMVETS), in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. They hold a pamphlet entitled “1102 American Heroes: Are They Forgotten?” produced by the AMVETS to encourage legislators to fund the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii.

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    AR6737-B. President John F. Kennedy Meets with American Veterans (AMVETS) Leaders
    White House Photographs9 August 1961

    President John F. Kennedy meets with leaders of American Veterans (AMVETS), in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. Visitors include National Commander of AMVETS Harold Russell; National Executive Director of AMVETS P.E. Howard; Director of Programs of AMVETS Norman Carroll; and Director of Public Relations of AMVETS Stanley Allen. Presid...

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    KN-C18561. President John F. Kennedy Meets with Harold Russell, National Commander of American Veterans (AMVETS)
    White House Photographs9 August 1961

    President John F. Kennedy meets with Harold Russell, National Commander of American Veterans (AMVETS), in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. They hold a pamphlet entitled “1102 American Heroes: Are They Forgotten?” produced by the AMVETS to encourage legislators to fund the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii.

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    KN-C18562. President John F. Kennedy Meets with Harold Russell, National Commander of American Veterans (AMVETS)
    White House Photographs9 August 1961

    President John F. Kennedy meets with Harold Russell, National Commander of American Veterans (AMVETS), in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. They hold a pamphlet entitled “1102 American Heroes: Are They Forgotten?” produced by the AMVETS to encourage legislators to fund the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, Hawaii.

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    KN-C22275. Presentation of USS Arizona Memorial Painting
    White House Photographs19 June 1962

    Naval Aide to the President, Captain Tazewell T. Shepard (center), accepts a painting of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor for President John F. Kennedy. The painting, signed by Francis Loui, is a gift from the Pearl Harbor Association and its president, William D. Bennett. Representative Daniel K. Inouye (Hawaii) stands at left, and an unid...

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    KN-C22276. Presentation of USS Arizona Memorial Painting
    White House Photographs19 June 1962

    Naval Aide to the President, Captain Tazewell T. Shepard (center), accepts a painting of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor for President John F. Kennedy. The painting, signed by Francis Loui, is a gift from the Pearl Harbor Association and its president, William D. Bennett. Representative Daniel K. Inouye (Hawaii) stands at left, and an unid...

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    KN-C22277. Presentation of the USS Arizona Memorial Painting
    White House Photographs19 June 1962

    Naval Aide to the President, Captain Tazewell T. Shepard (center), accepts a painting of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor for President John F. Kennedy. The painting, signed by Francis Loui, is a gift from the Pearl Harbor Association and its president, William D. Bennett. Representative Daniel K. Inouye (Hawaii) stands at left, and an unid...

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    KN-C22278. Presentation of USS Arizona Memorial Painting
    White House Photographs19 June 1962

    Naval Aide to the President, Captain Tazewell T. Shepard (center), accepts a painting of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor for President John F. Kennedy. The painting, signed by Francis Loui, is a gift from the Pearl Harbor Association and its president, William D. Bennett. Representative Daniel K. Inouye (Hawaii) stands at left and an unide...

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    KN-22312-B. Painting of the USS Arizona Memorial
    White House Photographs20 June 1962

    View of a painting of the USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii. The painting, signed by Francis Loui, is a gift from the Pearl Harbor Association and its president, William D. Bennett. The quote reads, "'From today on the USS Arizona will again fly our country's flag just as proudly as she did on the morning of 7 December 1941. I am sure...

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