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Images made by donor while on the funeral train carrying Robert F. Kennedy's body from New York City for burial in Arlington National Cemetery, 08 June 1968.
Films 1932-1998. Motion picture films and video created by American news and video producers or independent production companies. Films document President John F. Kennedy; his family and contemporary political figures; and the social, industrial, and political events and movements of President Kennedy's times.
Church services, condolence books, correspondence, dedications, essays, musical scores, newspaper clippings, poetry, resolutions, scrapbooks, and yearbooks reflecting the world-wide reaction to the death of President Kennedy. (Sample selected for retention from the original 1,570 feet).
Records 1963-1964. Records relating to President Kennedy's funeral.
Films 1945 – 1963 (bulk 1962 – 1963)
Color and black-and-white motion picture films produced by the Office of the Naval Aide to the President and the Office of the Military Aide to the President depict President John F. Kennedy and others at official White House ceremonies, performances, and dignitary visits. Additional events include John F. Ken...
In this written statement Figueres discusses his memories of John F. Kennedy [JFK], the Bay of Pigs invasion, the Social Democratic Movement in Latin America, JFK’s assassination, the Alliance for Progress, and attending JFK’s funeral, among other issues.
In this interview Henry discusses meeting John F. Kennedy [JFK] and Robert F. Kennedy; discussing Mississippi and civil rights issues with President JFK; voting rights and poll taxes; the freedom rides; the murder of three young activists in Mississippi during the Freedom Summer of 1964; Mississippi politics beginning in the late fifties; white peo...
In this interview Henry discusses how he first got involved in civil rights activity and how he became an active leader in the NAACP; contact with the Justice Department during the Dwight D. Eisenhower Administration; the FBI investigation into Henry and into the civil rights movement; Henry’s relationship with Medgar Evers; voting rights and voter...
In this interview Father Huber discusses hearing about John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] assassination and heading to Parkland Memorial Hospital; administering the last rites to JFK and speaking with Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis immediately after; and Catholic beliefs about death and the soul, “apparent death” versus “real death,” and the reason behind...
In this interview Javits discusses working with Robert F. Kennedy [RFK] on the Bedford-Stuyvesant project and the impact of RFK’s death on the project, among other issues.
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Jacqueline Kennedy and Senator Edward M. Kennedy (Massachusetts) greet guests during a rec...
Colleagues and writers, including Joe Armstrong, Betty Sue Flowers, Harriet Rubi...
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Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy’s address to the fifth constitutional convent...
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