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This folder contains memoranda to and from National Security Council staff member Gordon Chase on various issues of national security and foreign affairs including an independent nuclear deterrent, the forced retirement of Foreign Service officer Edward Page Jr., and the publication Aufbau and a supplement on Berlin.
This folder consists of bulletins containing results of the STORAX series of nuclear weapons tests conducted in Nevada.
This folder contains memoranda and indexes of materials compiled for President John F. Kennedy’s weekend reading. Topics include various matters regarding Canada, the Soviet Union, Great Britain, a multilateral nuclear weapons force (MLF), Cuba, and Asia. Also included in this folder is a memorandum in preparation for President Kennedy’s meeting wi...
This folder contains a press copy of President John F. Kennedy's remarks on the New Ross Quay in New Ross, Ireland, in which he discusses his great-grandfather's emigration from the town.
This folder contains a press copy of President John F. Kennedy's remarks at Redmond Place in Wexford, Ireland. In his speech the President expresses his pleasure at returning to his family's original county, discusses the many contributions of Irish Americans to the country's efforts, and commends the Irish people on maintaining a strong national ...
Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s remarks on the New Ross Quay in New Ross, Ireland, in which he discusses his great-grandfather's emigration from the town.
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