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This folder contains materials collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning the Soviet Union. Materials in this folder include a report entitled "Soviet Economic Problems," newspaper articles regarding nuclear weapons and disarmament, a letter from Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy regarding diploma...
Mr. Henry J. Smith (H. J. Smith) holding a rake and standing in a yard with his son, Robert Henry Smith. Both men are shirtless. Mr. Smith sent the photograph to Evelyn Lincoln with a letter dated June 2, 1963. The caption on the verso of the photograph reads: "Henry J. Smith (age 83) and son, Robert Henry Smith (age 15), Picture taken 5/30/63, 301...
As part of Memorial Day ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, President John F. Kennedy (at left, assisted by Sergeant Allen Eldredge) carries a wreath to place at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, on the steps of the Arlington Memorial Amphitheater.
President John F. Kennedy (right) attends Memorial Day ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. Commanding General of the Military District of Washington, Major General Paul A. Gavan, stands in center; Administrator of the Veterans Administration (VA), General John S. Gleason, stands at far right in foreground (back to came...
As part of Memorial Day ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, President John F. Kennedy (at right, assisted by Sergeant Allen Eldredge) places a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Military color and honor guards stand at left.
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