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Papers 1927-1966 (bulk of the dates: 1940-1961). The Papers of the Museum Ernest Hemingway, Republic of Cuba, cover the period 1927 to 1966. They consist of personal papers of Ernest Hemingway, author and journalist, and Mary Hemingway, journalist and fourth wife of Ernest Hemingway, and include manuscripts, correspondence, news clippings, and oth...
Berle discusses U.S. relations with various Latin American countries and leaders during the Kennedy administration, as well as the Bay of Pigs invasion and the Alliance for Progress, among other issues.
Brown discusses the President’s Panel on Mental Retardation, including its formation, competing interests, and the various interest groups represented by the members of the Panel, among other issues.
Bruce discusses his job responsibilities, observations of John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) affectionate interactions with his children, and the White House in the aftermath of JFK’s assassination, among other issues.
Coerr discusses the Bay of Pigs and its effect on White House-State Department relations, U.S. relations with the Dominican Republic and Uruguay, and the formation of the Alliance of Progress, among other issues.
Cox discusses the development of US satellite communications, the 1962 All-Channel television bill, and the functioning of the Federal Communications Commission during the Kennedy administration, among other issues.
Cramer discusses his friendship with John F. Kennedy (JFK), his appointment as economic adviser to for the Virgin Islands, and JFK’s 1952 senatorial campaign, among other issues.
Doyle discusses mental retardation policy during the John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson administrations, and inter-agency collaboration and conflict, among other issues.
Droney discusses his work in Cambridge, Massachusetts on John F. Kennedy’s House and Senate campaigns, and memories of the Kennedy family, among other issues.
Edelman discusses Robert F. Kennedy’s (RFK) 1964 senatorial campaign, RFK’s 1965 narcotics legislation, and his thesis on what RFK tried to accomplish during the 1965 senate, among other issues.
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