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  • Oral History Interview (this link takes you to the interview summary and, if available, the electronic transcript)
    Wesley Barthelmes Oral History Interview - RFK #2, 6/2/1969
    Robert F. Kennedy Oral History Collection2 June 1969

    Barthelmes discusses press relations, trips that Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) took to Latin American and Africa, and RFK’s presidential campaign in Oregon, among other issues.

  • Oral History Interview (this link takes you to the interview summary and, if available, the electronic transcript)
    Angier Biddle Duke Oral History Interview - JFK #2, 5/1/1964
    John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection1 May 1964

    Sieverts discusses informal and state visits to the White House during John F. Kennedy's (JFK) presidency, including those of Apollo Milton Obote, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, Marshal Tito, and others; visits by ceremonial monarchs; and JFK’s meetings with Latin American political leaders, among other issues.

  • Oral History Interview (this link takes you to the interview summary and, if available, the electronic transcript)
    William F. Haddad Oral History Interview - JFK #2, 6/21/1968
    John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection21 June 1968

    Haddad discusses working with Sargent Shriver, Jr. for the Peace Corps during JFK’s administration, funding and support, and it’s relationship with the White House and Department of State, among other issues.

  • Digitized Museum Artifact
    Photograph of President of Tanganyika Julius K. Nyerere
    Gifts from Heads of Stateca. 1963

    Black and white photograph of Julius K. Nyerere, President of Tanganyika. He is wearing traditional African dress with a medal around his neck. He stands in front of an ornately carved wood door flanked by two floral arrangements. The photograph is in a silver frame.

  • Digitized Photographic Image
    AR8022-B. Arrival of President of Tanganyika, Julius Nyerere, Aboard Helicopter
    White House Photographs15 July 1963

    A United States Army helicopter carrying the President of Tanganyika, Julius K. Nyerere, lands on the South Lawn of the White House, Washington, D.C., prior to arrival ceremonies in his honor. The Washington Monument is visible in the background.

  • Digitized Photographic Image
    AR8022-H. President John F. Kennedy Speaks at Arrival Ceremonies for President of Tanganyika, Julius Nyerere
    White House Photographs15 July 1963

    President John F. Kennedy delivers welcoming remarks during arrival ceremonies in honor of the President of Tanganyika, Julius K. Nyerere. Standing on reviewing platform (L-R): US Chief of Protocol, Angier Biddle Duke; Minister of External Affairs and Defense of Tanganyika, Oscar Kambona; Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Maxwell D....

  • Digitized Photographic Image
    AR8022-I. President John F. Kennedy with President of Tanganyika, Julius Nyerere
    White House Photographs15 July 1963

    President John F. Kennedy walks with President of Tanganyika, Julius K. Nyerere (left), following arrival ceremonies in honor of President Nyerere. US Chief of Protocol, Angier Biddle Duke, walks at right. South Lawn, White House, Washington, D.C.

  • Digitized Photographic Image
    KN-C29461. President John F. Kennedy with President of Tanganyika, Julius Nyerere
    White House Photographs15 July 1963

    President John F. Kennedy walks with President of Tanganyika, Julius K. Nyerere, following arrival ceremonies in honor of President Nyerere. Left to right: Deputy Chief of Protocol, William J. Tonesk; Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Maxwell D. Taylor; Air Force Aide to President Kennedy, Brigadier General Godfrey T. McHugh; Presid...

  • Digitized Photographic Image
    KN-C29466. Arrival Ceremonies for President of Tanganyika, Julius Nyerere
    White House Photographs15 July 1963

    President of Tanganyika, Julius K. Nyerere, delivers remarks during arrival ceremonies in his honor. Left to right: President John F. Kennedy; unidentified man (behind President Kennedy); US Secretary of State, Dean Rusk (partially hidden); President Nyerere (at microphones). South Lawn, White House, Washington, D.C.

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