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Papers 1947-1964. Friend of John F. Kennedy, PT boat serviceman, vice president of sales, Cavanagh Hats. Correspondence from John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy (1947-1964).
Arata discusses how he became White House upholsterer, his work at the White House, and his memories of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, among other issues.
Avery discusses his workload during the Kennedy Administration as compared to other Administrations, his working relationship with Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, and his thoughts on President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
Barnes discusses meetings between John F. Kennedy (JFK) and Latin American heads of state, JFK’s relationship with Latin American leaders including Rómulo Betancourt of Venezuela and Arturo Frondizi of Argentina, and JFK’s assassination, among other issues.
Beaty discusses the National Parks Service and individual parks and seashores, and intermittent efforts by the Interior Department to hire minorities, among other issues.
Boylan discusses transcribing dictated correspondence and speeches for John F. Kennedy (JFK), interactions with JFK’s constituents, and JFK’s final campaign trip though New England in 1960, among other issues.
Boylan discusses the requests for assistance from individuals and groups that would come to John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) Senate office in Boston, hiring African Americans for JFK’s Senate staff, and the members of JFK’s Boston staff, among other issues.
Brennan discusses the 1960 primary campaign in Wisconsin, John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) campaign visits to Wisconsin, and the reasons why JFK lost Wisconsin to Richard Milhous Nixon in the general election, among other issues.
Broderick discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) 1946 congressional campaign, including campaign workers, events, and strategies; his 1952 senate campaign; and humorous anecdotes illustrating JFK’s personality, among other issues.
Brown discusses his role in the Kennedy Administration, White House staff and daily operations, as well as the morale and staff outlook, among other issues.
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