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In this interview Hearst discusses his long history with the Kennedy family; early interactions with a young John F. Kennedy [JFK] and later interactions with him as President; JFK and the press, including Hearst’s newspapers; and Hearst’s opinion of JFK’s image as a liberal, among other issues.
In this interview Heath discusses her family and her childhood; how she reached her chosen career path; obstacles to her advancement because of her gender; studying at American University and at Syracuse University; myths of the “male chauvinists’ world”; taking a women’s studies course; working while in school; running a cost of living survey for ...
In this interview Holness discusses her job at the White House; interactions with and impressions of John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis; the Kennedy family moving into the White House; traveling with presidential families; interacting with the Kennedy children; and learning of President Kennedy’s death, among other issues.
Ernest Hemingway (wearing beret) holds his son, Jack "Bumby" Hemingway, in their apartment in Paris, France.
Family portrait of Ernest Hemingway, his son Jack "Bumby" Hemingway, and his wife Elizabeth Hadley Richardson (standing at left), in their apartment in Paris, France.
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Family portrait of Ernest Hemingway, his son Jack "Bumby" Hemingway, and his wife Elizabet...
Ernest Green of the Little Rock Nine and two historians, David Nichols and Carol Anders...
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Sound recording of a brief telephone exchange on October 30, 1963, between President John ...
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