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Papers 1927-1966 (bulk of the dates: 1940-1961). The Papers of the Museum Ernest Hemingway, Republic of Cuba, cover the period 1927 to 1966. They consist of personal papers of Ernest Hemingway, author and journalist, and Mary Hemingway, journalist and fourth wife of Ernest Hemingway, and include manuscripts, correspondence, news clippings, and oth...
Banks discusses urban renewal programs during the Kennedy administration, low-income housing, and barriers to receiving welfare assistance, among other issues.
Barthelmes discusses relations between Robert F. Kennedy's (RFK) senate office and different news outlets and reporters, RFK’s personality and eccentricities, and his rapport with different groups that he spoke to, among other issues.
Barthelmes discusses press relations, trips that Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) took to Latin American and Africa, and RFK’s presidential campaign in Oregon, among other issues.
Bernhard discusses committees on equal employment, discrimination in housing, and the discrimination in the military, as well as his relations with the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Federal Bureau of Investigation's attempts to discredit King.
Biemiller discusses the Kennedy and Johnson administrations’ legislative records, particularly on labor issues; specific issues and pieces of legislation; civil rights; and the labor movement’s relationship with the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, among other issues.
Booker discusses African Americans’ disappointment with and distrust of John F. Kennedy (JFK) due to his lack of action on civil rights in Congress; his experience with the 1960 Kennedy-for-President campaign, JFK and Robert F. Kennedy's awareness of civil rights during the Presidency.
Carey discusses the International Union of Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers' (IUE) close relationship with John F. Kennedy (JFK) during his years in Congress and as president, and JFK’s interest in international labor matters, among other issues.
Cass discusses the operations of the Department of Labor and the various Secretaries of Labor that he worked under, the transition between the Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy administrations, and Secretary Arthur J. Goldberg’s administrative style, among other issues.
Chapin he discusses his work on behalf of the Democratic National Committee for the 1960 Democratic National Convention, the 1960 Kennedy-for-President campaign’s voter registration drive, and campaign efforts towards African American voters, among other issues.
Church discusses the 1960 presidential campaign and John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) campaign visit to Idaho in 1960, legislation during the Kennedy Administration, and various foreign policy issues during the Kennedy Administration, among other issues.
Clague discusses the revision of the Consumer Price Index, John F. Kennedy’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Daniel Patrick Moynihan’s publication the Negro Family, among other issues.
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