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Elder discusses the White House renovation project, the media attention, and the roles of JFK and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, among other issues.
Fox discusses Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy’s aesthetic influence on White House social events, presidential citations, and the White House renovation, and Fox’s work in preparing for John F. Kennedy’s funeral, among other issues.
West discusses his close work with Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy on projects including her redecoration and renovation of the White House, and state dinners, among other issues.
This folder contains material collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the U.S. Information Agency (USIA). Materials include a study on, "The Image of American Youth and American Women in Western Europe;" a report on, "Reactions to President Kennedy's Address on Latin America," by the USIA Office ...
This folder contains carbon copies of outgoing correspondence from the office of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Topics include the First Lady’s wardrobe, trips to Pakistan and Greece, the White House renovation, and photographs used for various magazine articles.
An unidentified White House worker hangs panels of antique wallpaper in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834. The wallpaper features various scenes of the North American landscape and was installed as part of First L...
An unidentified White House worker prepares a panels of antique wallpaper for hanging in the Diplomatic Reception Room, White House, Washington, D.C. The wallpaper, entitled “Views of North America,” was produced by French manufacturer Zuber & Company in 1834. The wallpaper features various scenes of the North American landscape and was installed a...
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