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In this interview Hays discusses early interactions with John F. Kennedy [JFK]; obstacles to becoming an Assistant Secretary of State and his work in that position; Hays’ trip abroad to visit the Pope; moving over to the White House and his work as a Special Assistant to the President; Federal-State intergovernmental relations; visiting Africa and ...
Coronation of Pope Pius XII in Vatican City, Rome. The photograph was sent to President John F. Kennedy with a letter from Oscar Garabedian, who indicated he was given the photograph by a friend. Standing in the foreground, left to right, are Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, United States Ambassador to Italy William Phillips, and United States Ambassador t...
Coronation of Pope Pius XII in Vatican City, Rome. The photograph was sent to President John F. Kennedy with an undated note from James E. and Maggie O'Brien. Standing in the foreground, left to right, are Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, United States Ambassador to Italy William Phillips, and United States Ambassador to Great Britain Joseph P. Kennedy.
Carved replica of the Pieta, very similar to Michelangelo's original in overall composition and detail, depicting the dead body of Jesus in the arms of his mother Mary, after his crucifixion. Jesus bears the wounds of crucifixion on his rib cage and feet. The base is inscribed in Latin: "PAULUS VI P.M. IOANNI F. KENNEDY POSTR. KAL. IUL. A. MCMLXIII...
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