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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960(11)
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Papers, 1931-2007. Educator, economist, diplomat, government official. Member, John F. Kennedy's Task Force on Immediate Latin American Problems (1960); Ambassador to Brazil (1961-1966); Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs (1966-1967). Records from his service in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations; his teaching career at Ha...
Films 1945 – 1963 (bulk 1962 – 1963)
Color and black-and-white motion picture films produced by the Office of the Naval Aide to the President and the Office of the Military Aide to the President depict President John F. Kennedy and others at official White House ceremonies, performances, and dignitary visits. Additional events include John F. Ken...
Fay discusses Admiral George Anderson, Fay’s role as Under Secretary of the Navy, President John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) relationships with heads of state, foreign visits, JFK’s interest in General Douglas MacArthur, the missile gap, and the Kennedy family, among other issues.
In this interview Robert F. Kennedy [RFK] discusses the 1961 Berlin crisis; American forces, military and diplomatic, in Germany; John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] recommendation for Americans to have fallout shelters; nuclear testing; problems with the Department of State; the start of the conflict in Vietnam, 1961; the Department of Justice under RFK and ...
This interview focuses on concerns about a missile gap during the Kennedy administration, the use of air surveillance to gather intelligence, and the Cuban Missile Crisis.
This interview focuses on the space race, civil defense, and the missile gap, among other issues.
This folder contains quotes by Richard M. Nixon regarding issues of national security including disarmament, relations between the United States and the Soviet Union, atomic energy, satellites, the missile gap, and nuclear testing.
This folder consists of copies of the Congressional Record containing a speech by Senator John F. Kennedy concerning a gap in military, nuclear, and diplomatic policies between the United States and the Soviet Union, and suggestions for reducing the gap.
This folder contains copies of speeches made by Senator John F. Kennedy in Kansas, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Wisconsin. Topics include the American character, a need for Democratic leadership to facilitate new ideas and resolve issues, and the threat of communism. Also included is a speech concerning a gap in achievements in agriculture, military, ed...
This folder contains memoranda and a report regarding the Soviet Union’s activities in space including a launch of a probe in the direction of the planet Venus. Also included in this folder is a report by the Air Force Space Study Committee concerning a development gap in the space programs of the Soviet Union and United States, a threat to the nat...
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