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Speeches and the Press.(3)
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Busch, August Anheuser, 1899-1989(1)
This folder contains telegrams sent concerning scheduling and expressions of support for and assistance to Senator John F. Kennedy based solely on the religious issue.
This folder contains a statement titled, “Declaration of Conscience for Baptists to Consider,” concerning the role of religion in the 1960 presidential campaign and urging people not to base their vote on the candidate’s religious beliefs. Also included are newspaper clippings about the statement.
This folder contains a photograph, newspaper clippings, and correspondence between Pierre Salinger, Press Secretary to Senator John F. Kennedy, and various individuals regarding support and advice for Senator Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign, requests for autographs and pictures of Senator Kennedy and Mr. Salinger, and presidential appointments...
This folder contains speeches given by Senator John F. Kennedy in Illinois concerning Communism, agricultural issues, social services legislation, education, the economy, and the legacy of President Abraham Lincoln.
This folder contains speeches given by Senator John F. Kennedy in Indiana concerning agriculture, education, the economy, international relations, and policy differences between the Democratic and Republican Parties. Also included in this folder is a transcript of Senator Kennedy’s appearance on a WTTV telecast in Indianapolis, Indiana.
This folder contains a letter to Senator John F. Kennedy from August “Gussie” Busch, Jr. concerning Senator Kennedy’s 1960 presidential campaign efforts in St. Louis, Missouri.
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