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Battle discusses the Bureau of Cultural Affairs, including the Inter-Agency Youth Committee and Robert F. Kennedy’s involvement in youth affairs, and Battle’s efforts to improve the status of the Bureau.
Boylan discusses transcribing dictated correspondence and speeches for John F. Kennedy (JFK), interactions with JFK’s constituents, and JFK’s final campaign trip though New England in 1960, among other issues.
Brown discusses his role in the Kennedy Administration, White House staff and daily operations, as well as the morale and staff outlook, among other issues.
Camp discusses the card file that the 1960 Kennedy campaign kept of potential supporters and Democratic National Convention delegates, the operations of John F. Kennedy’s press secretary’s office during the campaign and White House years, and campaign trips and later state visits that she did advance work for, among other issues.
Desautels discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) legislative agenda, JFK’s relationship with House and Senate committee chairmen, and JFK’s assassination, among other issues.
Duke discusses informal and state visits to the White House during John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) presidency, including those of John G. Diefenbaker, Mohammad Zahir Shah, Kwame Nkrumah, and other dignitaries, and changes that Duke and JFK made to state visit policy and format, among other issues.
Elder discusses the White House renovation project, the media attention, and the roles of JFK and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, among other issues.
Knebel discusses covering JFK, Jacqueline B. Kennedy, and RFK during the 1950s and 1960s, conversations with JFK about Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, connections with members of Rafael Trujillo regime, JFK’s attitudes towards women, and Sorensen's role.
Shriver discusses her lobbying efforts for mental retardation, development of task force on health and social welfare, the National Institute of Child Health, the 1963 White House Conference on Mental Retardation.
Tuckerman & Turnure discuss state visits and state dinners at the White House, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy’s short life and death, and President Kennedy's assassination and funeral, among other issues.
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