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    Articles by others: Alsop, Stewart: "The Story Behind Quemoy"
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 196013 December 1958

    This folder contains copies of an article published in The Saturday Evening Post by Stewart Alsop titled, “The Story Behind Quemoy: How We Drifted Close to War,” concerning the island of Quemoy (also known as Kinmen) off the coast of China and relations between the United States and China.

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    ST-283-1-61. View of Bermuda
    White House PhotographsDecember 1961: 21-22

    View of boats floating in the water along the coast of Bermuda as White House Army Signal Agency (WHASA) staff set up communications equipment for President John F. Kennedy’s meetings with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Great Britain. [Photograph by Dan Lewis]

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    ST-283-43A-61. View of Bermuda
    White House PhotographsDecember 1961: 21-22

    View of boats and a cruise liner in the water along the coast of Bermuda as White House Army Signal Agency (WHASA) staff set up communications equipment for President John F. Kennedy’s meetings with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Great Britain. [Photograph by Dan Lewis]

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    ST-283-43B-61. View of Bermuda
    White House PhotographsDecember 1961: 21-22

    View of the water along the coast of Bermuda as White House Army Signal Agency (WHASA) staff set up communications equipment for President John F. Kennedy’s meetings with Prime Minister Harold Macmillan of Great Britain. [Photograph by Dan Lewis]

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    KN-C21154. Presentation of Cake to President John F. Kennedy Aboard the USS Northampton
    White House Photographs13 April 1962

    President John F. Kennedy (right) cuts a cake commemorating his visit aboard the cruiser USS Northampton (CC-1), command ship of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, at sea off the coast of Virginia and North Carolina. Naval Aide to the President Captain Tazewell Shepard, Jr. stands at far left; crew members look on. President Kennedy boarded the ship earlie...

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    KN-C21155. Presentation of Cake to President John F. Kennedy Aboard the USS Northampton
    White House Photographs13 April 1962

    President John F. Kennedy (left) shakes hands with an unidentified United States Navy petty officer, 1st class, during a cake-cutting ceremony to commemorate his visit aboard the cruiser USS Northampton (CC-1), command ship of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, at sea off the coast of Virginia and North Carolina. Assistant Secretary of the Treasury James A....

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    KN-C21156. Presentation of Cake to President John F. Kennedy Aboard the USS Northampton
    White House Photographs13 April 1962

    President John F. Kennedy (center left) admires a cake prepared to commemorate his visit aboard the cruiser USS Northampton (CC-1), command ship of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, at sea off the coast of Virginia and North Carolina. Naval Aide to the President Captain Tazewell Shepard, Jr. stands at left; crew members look on. President Kennedy boarded ...

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    KN-C21032. Preparations for President John F. Kennedy's Visit Aboard the USS Enterprise
    White House Photographs14 April 1962

    Lieutenant Hirschey of the United States Navy stands in front of the Presidential Seal in a dining cabin prepared for President John F. Kennedy's visit on board the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise, at sea off the coast of North Carolina. President Kennedy sailed aboard the carrier to view U.S. Atlantic Fleet exercises.

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    KN-C21033. Senator Benjamin A. Smith and Presidential Assistant Dave Powers Aboard the USS Enterprise
    White House Photographs14 April 1962

    Joining President John F. Kennedy on his visit to the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Senator Benjamin A. Smith II of Massachusetts (left) and Special Assistant to the President Dave Powers sit in a cabin aboard the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise at sea off the coast of North Carolina.

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    KN-C21034. Presidential Assistant Dave Powers Aboard the USS Enterprise
    White House Photographs14 April 1962

    Joining President John F. Kennedy on his visit to the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Special Assistant to the President Dave Powers looks through binoculars from the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise at sea off the coast of North Carolina.

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