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    Post Office, 1961-1962
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.17 February 1961-31 December 1962, undated

    This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the Post Office Department. Topics include legislation for a postal rate increase (H.R. 6418 and H.R. 7927), changes to parcel posts and catalog rates and regulations, and second class postal rates.

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    KN-24685. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors pick up their checked camera bags and parcels from a trailer set up outside the East Wing Entrance of the White House, as part of new security precautions established in response to the crisis in Cuba. Washington, D.C.

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    KN-24685-A. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors wait in line outside a trailer set up near the East Wing Entrance of the White House to leave their cameras, handbags, and parcels for inspection, as part of new security precautions established in response to the crisis in Cuba. White House photographer Captain Cecil Stoughton (holding motion picture camera) stands at left; Presidential ...

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    KN-24685-B. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors wait in line outside a trailer set up near the East Wing Entrance of the White House to leave their cameras, handbags, and parcels for inspection, as part of new security precautions established in response to the crisis in Cuba. Presidential Assistant John J. McNally (speaking on telephone) stands in front of the open door of the trailer...

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    KN-24685-C. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors wait in line outside a trailer set up near the East Wing Entrance of the White House to leave their cameras, handbags, and parcels for inspection, as part of new security precautions established in response to the crisis in Cuba. Washington, D.C.

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    KN-24685-D. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors wait in line outside a trailer set up near the East Wing Entrance of the White House to leave their cameras, handbags, and parcels for inspection, as part of new security precautions established in response to the crisis in Cuba. Washington, D.C.

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    KN-24685-E. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors pick up their checked camera bags and parcels from a trailer set up outside the East Wing Entrance of the White House, as part of new security precautions established in response to the crisis in Cuba. Washington, D.C.

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    KN-24685-F. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors pick up their checked camera bags and parcels from a trailer set up outside the East Wing Entrance of the White House, as part of new security precautions established in response to the crisis in Cuba. Washington, D.C.

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    KN-24685-G. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors wait in line outside a trailer set up near the East Wing Entrance of the White House to leave their cameras, handbags, and parcels for inspection, as part of new security precautions established in response to the crisis in Cuba. Washington, D.C.

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    KN-24685-H. New Security Procedures for White House Visitors
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    Visitors wait in line outside a trailer set up near the East Wing Entrance of the White House to leave their cameras, handbags, and parcels for inspection, as part of new security precautions established in response to the Cuban Missile Crisis. Washington, D.C.

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