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    Kennedy, Joseph P., Sr.: General correspondence, 1940-1946
    John F. Kennedy Personal Papers1 January 1940-17 January 1946

    This folder contains materials concerning Why England Slept, the published version of Kennedy's senior thesis from Harvard University on the subject of British appeasement policy toward Nazi Germany. Items in this folder include a memorandum, a newspaper article, a transcript from a radio program, and correspondence between John F. Kennedy's fathe...

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    Radio stations: General
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 19601960: 19 September-9 December, undated

    This folder contains press releases and correspondence concerning radio broadcasts during the 1960 presidential campaign, lists of radio station directors by state, and a list of questions for Senator John F. Kennedy submitted by various people to the “Call Up And Be Counted” radio program.

  • Digitized Sound Recording
    The Presidency (The Common Link), 17 January 1964
    United States Information Agency Audio Recordings Collection17 January 1964

    Sound recording of a narrated radio program prepared by the Voice of America (VOA) called "The Presidency (The Common Link)." The program, dated January 17, 1964, features excerpts from speeches delivered by the late President John F. Kennedy and by President Lyndon B. Johnson. The excerpts cover common courses set by the two presidents on peace an...

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    Spanish-language Program of News and Music, [Undated]
    United States Information Agency Audio Recordings CollectionUndated

    Sound recording of an undated Spanish-language Voice of America (VOA) radio program of news and popular music ["Moonglow," "Marie (The Dawn is Breaking)," and instrumentals]. Accession MR-1965-089.

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    Window on the World, [Undated]
    United States Information Agency Audio Recordings CollectionUndated

    Sound recording of a radio program called "Window on the World," produced by the United States Information Service (USIS) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The speaker is Tarzie Vittachi. Vittachi reflects on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and reactions of leaders and citizens in Asia and worldwide. Vittachi also discusses relations betwee...

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