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In this written statement Highley discusses when he first met John F. Kennedy [JFK] as a client at his barbershop in 1947; JFK’s courteousness; Highley’s impression of JFK; and Highley’s reaction to JFK’s assassination.
In this interview Roberts discusses working with John F. Kennedy [JFK] on New England issues when he was a congressman and a senator; JFK and the American textile industry; JFK and other New England governors; the significance of New England solidarity at national political conventions; Adlai E. Stevenson and the 1956 Democratic National Convention...
This folder contains materials regarding President John F. Kennedy's address at the commencement ceremony for American University in Washington, D.C. In his speech President Kennedy calls for a re-examination of attitudes towards peace, the Soviet Union, and the Cold War, and announces the United States will not conduct atmospheric nuclear tests as...
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