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Political campaign, 1960(2)
Political campaign, 1968(1)
Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009(1)
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963(1)
Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968(1)
Hemingway, Ernest (Ernest Miller), 1899-1961(1)
Lodge, George C. (George Cabot), 1927-(1)
United States. General Services Administration(1)
Professor of Mass Communications and Journalism; Chairman of the Department of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures; author. Drafts of articles, research materials, news clippings, and interviews related to Bittner’s research on Ernest Hemingway and Robert Ruark, and press coverage of Ernest Hemingway’s death.
Press officer, government official. Press secretary to the Governor of Maine (1958-1960); executive, General Services Administration (1961-1980); advance man for President Kennedy's trip to Texas (1963). Copies of papers concerning his work in the 1960 Presidential campaign, and President Kennedy's November 1963 trip to Texas.
Materials documenting Margaret Ronayne Hahn's experience as a campaign worker on the presidential campaigns of John F. Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy: correspondence, clippings, photographs, campaign ephemera, notes, memoranda, etc. Also included is Ms. Hahn's recorded oral history of her campaign experiences (original cassettes and copy DVDs).
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."
Papers, 1976-2000. Woman's advocate and campaign worker for Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Correspondence, campaign files, speeches, campaign material and photographs related to the Woman's Advisory Committee associated with the campaigns of Senator Edward M. Kennedy.
Papers 1962-2000 (#153). Educator, Massachusetts political figure. Professor, Harvard Business School; author, Engines of Change (1969), New American Ideology (1975), The American Disease (1984). Correspondence, speeches, writings, galleys, research materials, academic files; materials relating to his candidacy for the U.S. Senate from Massachuset...
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