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Cowan and Wear discuss their article in Look magazine, personal recollections of President Kennedy’s (JFK) assassination, JFK’s relationship with the press and White House staff, as well as JFK’s trips to Nassau, Europe, and Vice President Johnson’s ranch, among other issues.
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy stands next to her husband Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. as he receives assistance adjusting his formal wear. Assisting him are his niece Ann Gargan and an unidentified man. Inaugural Ball, National Guard Armory, Washington, D.C.
Dictation Belt XXB contains five sound recordings. Item XXB.1 is a brief telephone exchange between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and an unidentified woman who answers the telephone at the office of Special Assistant to the President for Science and Technology Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner. Lincoln announces someone’s arrival. [White House Operator?] p...
Sound recording of a brief telephone exchange between a White House Operator and an unidentified woman. The operator announces a call from Stanley Tretick to Priscilla “Fiddle” Wear.
Machine noise follows the conversation.
Transcript included. This sound recording was originally recorded on Dictation Belt XXB, which contains additional sound ...
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