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    Subject files: White House: Library
    Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis Personal Papers12 March 1961-15 June 1963, undated

    This file contains press releases, notes, and letters regarding the renovation of the White House Library by the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID).

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    Labor, 1962: July-August
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.1962: 6 April-31 August, undated

    This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the Department of Labor. Topics include labor disputes in the aerospace and railroad industries, an extension of the Temporary Extended Unemployment Compensation Act (TEUC), the appointment of Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldb...

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    AR7313-A. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Opens the Newly-refurbished White House Library
    White House Photographs21 June 1962

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy sits with officers of the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID) at the opening of the refurbished White House Library; the restoration of the Library was a gift from the AID. Left to right: chairman of the Library designers’ committee, Jeannette Becker Lenygon; Mrs. Kennedy; Ellen Lehman McCluskey. Washington,...

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    AR7313-B. Newly-refurbished White House Library
    White House Photographs21 June 1962

    View of the refurbished White House Library; the restoration of the Library was a gift from the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID). Washington, D.C.

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    AR7313-C. Newly-refurbished White House Library
    White House Photographs21 June 1962

    View of the refurbished White House Library; the restoration of the Library was a gift from the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID). Washington, D.C.

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    AR7313-D. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Opens the Newly-refurbished White House Library
    White House Photographs21 June 1962

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy poses with officers of the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID) at the opening of the refurbished White House Library; the restoration of the Library was a gift from the AID. Left to right: Stephen J. Jussel; President of the AID, Milton Glaser; chairman of the Library designers’ committee, Jeannette Becker L...

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    AR7313-E. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Opens the Newly-refurbished White House Library
    White House Photographs21 June 1962

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy poses with officers of the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID) at the opening of the refurbished White House Library; the restoration of the Library was a gift from the AID. Left to right: Stephen J. Jussel; two unidentified persons; President of the AID, Milton Glaser; chairman of the Library designers’ com...

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    ST-C6-1-62. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Opens the Newly-refurbished White House Library
    White House Photographs21 June 1962

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy poses with officers of the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID) at the opening of the refurbished White House Library; the restoration of the Library was a gift from the AID. Left to right: Stephen J. Jussel; President of the AID, Milton Glaser; chairman of the Library designers’ committee, Jeannette Becker L...

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    ST-C6-2-62. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Opens the Newly-refurbished White House Library
    White House Photographs21 June 1962

    First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy poses with officers of the American Institute of Interior Designers (AID) at the opening of the refurbished White House Library; the restoration of the Library was a gift from the AID. Left to right: Stephen J. Jussel; two unidentified persons; President of the AID, Milton Glaser; chairman of the Library designers’ com...

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