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Papers 1947-1980. Painter, author, Kennedy and Hemingway family friend. Chairman, U.S. Commission of Fine Arts (1963-1971); trustee, John F. Kennedy Library Inc. Correspondence with the Kennedys and Hemingways; records from the Commission of Fine Arts, in particular relating to Washington D.C. and to Pennsylvania Avenue; items from political campai...
In this interview Halaby discusses how he got his position as the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration; John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] interest in aviation; competition and cooperation among various U.S. agencies in regards to aviation, including the debate over who should be in charge of international aviation affairs; meeting with JFK pr...
Washington International Horse Show. Front row (L – R): Artist and horsewoman Eve Fout; Alice Roosevelt Longworth, daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt; Harvey M. Spear, President of the Washington International Horse Show; First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Second row (L – R): William Walton (later Chairman of the United States Commission of Fin...
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