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Collection, 1999–2000. Pastor, author. Collection of letters of individual recollections on the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The collector invited letters from anyone who cared to share their memories to be published in a book, "A Dark November Day."
In this interview they discuss their article in Look magazine; personal recollections of President John F. Kennedy's [JFK] assassination; working on JFK’s 1960 presidential campaign; JFK’s campaigning style; JFK’s relationship with the press, White House staff, and his family; and JFK’s trips to Nassau, Europe, and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson’...
Desmarais focuses upon the Kennedy presidential campaign in Louisiana and Missouri, and personal recollections of John F. Kennedy, among other issues.
This interview focuses on the Cuban Missile Crisis and Lovett’s personal recollections of John F. Kennedy, among other topics.
This interview focuses on emergency preparedness planning during the Cuban Missile Crisis, McDermott’s personal recollections of John F. Kennedy [JFK], and JFK’s assassination.
This interview focuses on JFK’s early political career and McNeely’s personal recollections of JFK, among other topics.
This interview focuses on John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] time as a senator, the labor movement’s support for JFK during his presidential campaign, and Meany’s personal recollections of JFK, among other topics.
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