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Black and white portrait photograph of Jorge Alessandri, President of Chile dressed in white bow tie, tails and full regalia. The photograph is in a silver frame with an insignia of Chile embossed at the top of the frame. The photograph is inscribed to President Kennedy in Spanish and dated December 11, 1962.
President John F. Kennedy steps into a car after leaving the National Pantheon of Venezuela in Caracas, Venezuela. The President laid a wreath on the tomb of General Simón Bolívar in observance of the 131st anniversary of Bolívar’s death. Also pictured: Director of the US Secret Service James J. Rowley (far left, with back to camera); White House S...
President John F. Kennedy (at microphones) delivers remarks to participants of the American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD) training program for Latin American and Caribbean trade union leaders. Standing behind President Kennedy at right (L-R): Latin America Specialist of the U.S. Department of Labor, Joaquin A. Bazan, Jr. (mostly hid...
Secretary of Labor, Arthur Goldberg (at microphones), delivers remarks to participants of the American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD) training program for Latin American and Caribbean trade union leaders; President John F. Kennedy looks on from left. Participant Eric Lloyd Harris, of Jamaica (in back, wearing bow tie), stands left of...
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