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Photographs, 1888-1969. Images collected by author and journalist Ernest Miller Hemingway, including those made by his family, friends, and professional photographers, primarily in the form of original photograph prints. Includes some original negatives and color transparencies. Also includes albums of photographs and ephemera created and compiled ...
Duke discusses John F. Kennedy’s 1963 state visits to Germany, Ireland, and Italy, among other issues.
Fraleigh discusses his role in making a written recording of meetings during Kennedy’s June 30 – July 2, 1963 visit to Italy. Fraleigh was a casual acquaintance of the Kennedy family in the post-war 1940’s.
Dr. Mario Franzil (left) and John F. Kennedy in Trieste, Italy. The photograph was sent to President Kennedy from Dr. Franzil, Mayor of Trieste, with a letter dated October 3, 1961. According to a letter from the Department of State, the photograph was taken when Dr. Franzil was a member of the Municipal Council, before he became Mayor. The inscrip...
This folder primarily contains memoranda between divisions of the United States Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) concerning an amendment to the foreign air carrier permit for Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane-S.p.A. (Alitalia), proposed summer travel schedules for U.S. airlines to Italy, and the allocation of cargo frequencies to U.S. air carries serving ...
President of the Italian Republic Antonio Segni (1962-1964). The inscription on the verso of the photograph reads: "Antonio Segni Presidente della Repubblica Italiana."
Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Italian Republic Attilio Piccioni (1962-1963). The inscription on the verso of the photograph reads: "On. Le Attilio Piccioni, deputato democristiano, nato a Poggio Bustone (Rieti) il 14 giugno 1892, Misistro per gli Affari Esteri." A stamp on the verso of the photograph reads: "Fototeca Servizio Informazioni."
Prime Minister of Italy Giovanni Leone (1963). The inscription on the verso of the photograph reads: "On.le Giovanni Leone Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri."
Female doll with cloth body dressed in white cotton blouse with puffy sleeves, black felt bodice, green felt skirt and red embroidered apron. The doll is wearing black high heel shoes and a red head covering.
Carved replica of the Pieta, very similar to Michelangelo's original in overall composition and detail, depicting the dead body of Jesus in the arms of his mother Mary, after his crucifixion. Jesus bears the wounds of crucifixion on his rib cage and feet. The base is inscribed in Latin: "PAULUS VI P.M. IOANNI F. KENNEDY POSTR. KAL. IUL. A. MCMLXIII...
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