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Papers 1919-2002. The Personal Papers of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, First Lady of the United States (1960-1963.) Textual materials include staff files of Mary Gallagher, Pamela Turnure, Letitia Baldridge and Nancy Tuckerman, condolence mail, and printed materials. These files contain press releases, official and personal correspondence, notes, cli...
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Acheson talks about foreign policy matters during the John F. Kennedy administration and his advice and activities during that time. He also reads the text of several letters he wrote to JFK.
Amory discusses his role in various organizations, his relationship with President Kennedy and White House staff, and foreign policy issues such as the Berlin Wall, Laos, and Vietnam, among other issues.
Andolsek discusses President Kennedy’s work on reorganizing the civil service retirement fund, the 1960 Democratic National Convention and presidential campaign, and John F. Kennedy’s Senate years, among other issues.
Baldwin discusses U.S. foreign policy in Southeast Asia during the Eisenhower, Kennedy, and Johnson administrations, relations between Malaya, Singapore, Indonesia, and the Philippines, and British influence in post-colonial Malaysia, among other issues.
Battle discusses the Bureau of Cultural Affairs, including the Inter-Agency Youth Committee and Robert F. Kennedy’s involvement in youth affairs, and Battle’s efforts to improve the status of the Bureau.
Battle discusses United Nations Educational, Scienfitic and Cultural Organization (UNESCO); staffing issues and changes in the State Department, particular after the Bay of Pigs invasion; and initiatives of the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs.
Beale discusses his contacts with and impressions of John F. Kennedy (JFK) before he became president and after he took office, JFK’s foreign policy, and Beale’s friendship with JFK, among other issues.
Belieu compares the John F. Kennedy presidency to other presidential administrations, and discusses the Cuban Missile Crisis and Bay of Pigs, among other issues.
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