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Photographs, circa 1880-1972. Primarily 8” x 10” black-and-white prints. Images made by Boston Herald photographers and the Associated Press wire services, featuring John F. Kennedy and the Kennedy family at various events during his tenure as Congressman through his presidency. Also included are historic family photographs as well as images of Joh...
White House Staff Files 1962-1965. Government official. Member, White House special projects staff (1961-1964); Executive Director, President's Advisory Committee on Narcotic and Drug Abuse (1963); Special Consultant to the President on Drug Abuse (1964-1965). Correspondence, planning and public relations materials, transcripts and records of meet...
Papers 1960-1968. Researcher. Responses to questionnaire that donor sent to prominent people asking whether they believed the findings of the Warren Commission.
Papers 1946-1985. Journalist, Correspondent, Author; recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, The Making of the President, 1960. Manuscripts of nine books and Making of the President television documentaries, containing background materials, outlines, interviews, notes, drafts, typescript proofs with extensive annotations, and cor...
Alsop discusses his relationship with Robert F. Kennedy, the appointment of vice president after President Kennedy’s assassination, and Robert Kennedy’s relationship with President Johnson, 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.
Burke discusses the tours he would conduct through the White House, as well as John F. Kennedy’s assassination and wake, among other issues.
Celebrezze discusses mental health and mental retardation programs and legislation during the Kennedy administration, and John F. Kennedy’s assassination, among other issues.
Costin discusses the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s divisions and changes, the John William McCormack supporters’ anti-Kennedy sentiment, and the events leading up to John F. Kennedy’s assassination, among other issues.
Davis discusses the 1960 presidential campaign, John F. Kennedy’s assassination and Lyndon B. Johnson’s swearing in, and the press coverage of the White House, among other issues.
In this interview Harlow discusses hearing about John F. Kennedy’s assassination and Franklin D. Roosevelt’s death, in 1963 and 1945 respectively; the possibility of a recorded interview or oral history with former President Richard M. Nixon; and Nixon comforting Senator Edward M. Kennedy after the Chappaquiddick incident in 1969, among other issue...
Hennessey-Donovan discusses living in England with the Kennedy family while Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. was ambassador to that country; attending the birth of all but one of Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr.’s grandchildren; John F. and Robert F. Kennedy’s assassinations; and founding the Kennedy-Donovan Center; among other issues.
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