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    The JFK White House Tape Recordings

    The records of the Kennedy administration, including 248 hours of meeting tapes and 12 hours of telephone dictabelts, were moved to the National Archives in Washington and later transferred to the Federal Records Center in Waltham, Massachusetts. Finally, in 1976, the tapes were legally deeded to the Kennedy Library and the National Archives. Many ...

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    Kennedy Library Releases 24 Hours of White House Tapes (June 24, 1997)
    0/24/1997

    Boston, MA — The John F. Kennedy Library today announced that it has made available for research approximately 24 hours of tape recordings of meetings and conversations that took place in the Oval Office and Cabinet Room at the White House from August through October 1963. The conversations between President John F. Kennedy and his advisors c...

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    Kennedy Library Releases New JFK Recordings (June 12, 2001)
    0/12/2001

    Boston, MA:  The John F. Kennedy Library today announced that it has made available for research two additional tapes of presidential recordings of meetings and conversations that took place in the Oval Office and Cabinet Room at the White House on November 16 and November 19, 1962.

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    Kennedy Library Releases Presidential Recording Tape #62 (August 15, 2001)
    0/15/2001

    Boston: The Kennedy Library released another presidential recording tape today. Tape 62 consists of a White House meeting of November 19, 1962:

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    JFK Library Releases White House Tape on Space Race (August 22, 2001)
    0/22/2001

    Boston, MA – The John F. Kennedy Library today announced that it has made available for research a tape recording of a 73-minute White House meeting that took place on November 21, 1962 during which President Kennedy made clear his administration’s priority that the United States land on the moon before the Soviet Union.

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    New JFK Tape Offers Window on the Drafting of Presidential Statements During National Security Crises (October 24, 2001)
    0/24/2001

    Boston, MA:   On what marks the 39th anniversary of the imposition of a U.S. naval quarantine of Cuba in response to the Soviet Union’s introduction of nuclear missiles on the island, the John F. Kennedy Library today released a White House tape recording of the deliberations surrounding President Kennedy’s decision to lift that qu...

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    New Tapes: JFK Questioned Value of Nuclear Build-Up (February 6, 2002)
    0/6/2002

    Boston: The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library today made public 240 minutes of newly declassified tape recordings of White House meetings and conversations that took place in the Cabinet Room on November 21, 27 and 29, and December 5, 1962.

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    Presidential Tapes Conference to be Held at Kennedy Library (August 19, 2002)
    0/19/2002

    On February 16 and 17, 2003, Presidents’ Day weekend, top presidential historians, former advisors to Presidents Nixon, Kennedy, and Johnson, first-family members, archivists, and journalists will convene at the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston to discuss the historical importance of secretly recorded White House tapes of Presidents Roosevel...

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    Kennedy Library and Museum Releases 1963 White House Recordings (December 2, 2003)
    0/2/2003

    Boston, MA – The John F. Kennedy Library today announced that it has declassified and made available for research more than 10 hours of presidential recordings that include several meetings and conversations that took place in the Cabinet Room and Oval Office of the White House from February 25, 1963 to April 8, 1963. The release incorporates ta...

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