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This folder contains telegrams, letters, and memoranda to and from Henry Kissinger, consultant to the National Security Council (NSC), regarding a strategic defense concept for France; disarmament; and a meeting between Kissinger and Chancellor of Germany (Federal Republic) Konrad Adenauer discussing nuclear weapons, United States defense policy, a...
This folder contains memoranda from General Maxwell Taylor, Military Representative to the President, to President John F. Kennedy and others on various topics including United States policy and planning in Southeast Asia, military aircraft made by Fiat, and a study of requirements for tactical nuclear weapons.
Motion picture covering the official state visit of President and Madame Houphouet-Boigny of the Ivory Coast Republic to the United States, including ceremonies and a meeting with President John F. Kennedy and other events in Washington, D.C., and visits to New York City and the United Nations (UN) headquarters and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
This folder contains materials collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning President Kennedy's remarks to the White House Conference on Conservation held in the West Auditorium of the State Department. In his speech the President discusses the relationship between conservation and foreign policy, an...
Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s remarks to the White House Conference on Conservation held in the State Department Auditorium. In his speech President Kennedy discusses the relationship between conservation and foreign policy, and the importance of natural resource development to the country’s long-term economic growth.
President John F. Kennedy greets delegates to the White House Conference on Conservation. Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall stands at right. State Department, Washington, D.C.
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