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Object Type: Collection
Photographs and Other Graphic Materials(24)
Oral history interviews(2)
United States government departments and agencies(45)
Political campaign, 1960(42)
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963(81)
Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968(53)
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994(23)
Hemingway, Ernest (Ernest Miller), 1899-1961(17)
Kennedy, Edward M. (Edward Moore), 1932-2009(15)
New York (N.Y.)(9)
Democratic National Committee (U.S.)(12)
United States. Department of Justice(8)
United States. Department of State. , 09/1789 -(7)
United States. Peace Corps(8)
Baldrige, Letitia, 1927-2012(1)
Fox, Sanford L., 1919-1996(1)
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994(1)
Turnure, Pamela, 1937-(1)
Records of the Ace of Clubs, a women's club founded by Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy in 1910. Includes club records, correspondence, meeting minutes, President's books, and photograph albums.
Records 1955-1968. Labor Union. Microfilm copies of press releases and records relating to legislation, relations with the Federal Government, and international affairs including John F. Kennedy’s related legislation and official correspondence.
Trade Consultant, Department of Commerce. Copies of personal correspondence with the Kennedy family and members of the White House staff.
Professor of law and accounting, Harvard University (1946-1952); member, National Security Council Planning Board (1953-1961); Deputy Director, Central Intelligence Agency (1952-1962); Chief, International Division, Bureau of the Budget (1962-1965). Personal and professional papers relating to his years in the Central Intelligence Agency and the B...
Papers 1948-2005. Journalist. Bureau Chief for the National Security News Service; journalist, editor, Texas Observer. Correspondence, memoranda and briefings originating mostly from the offices of Walt W. Rostow, Special Assistant to the President and his staff.
Papers 1959-1962. African affairs consultant and speechwriter (1959-1961). Research and other materials relating to Winifred Armstrong’s work with Senator John F. Kennedy.
Collection, 1961. Guest book from Hammersmith Farm, Newport, Rhode Island, given by Jacqueline Kennedy to Janet Lee Auchincloss in September, 1961. Included is a four page letter from Jacqueline Kennedy to Janet Lee Auchincloss on October 2, 1961 about President Kennedy's vacation at Hammersmith.
Papers, 1942-1997. Step-brother of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. Correspondence; memoir, Growing Up With Jackie: My Memories (1997).
Papers 1961-1963. Lawyer, government official. Under Secretary of State for Economic Affairs (1961); Under Secretary of State (1961-66). Subject files, transcripts of telephone conversations.
Papers 1960 [fragment]. John E. Barriere (1919-1998), member of President-elect Kennedy’s Task Force on Housing and Urban Affairs (1960). Miscellaneous transition papers and carbon copies of Task Force report.
Papers 1949-1966. Government official. Special Assistant to the Secretary of Labor (1949-53); member, Task Force on Area Development (1960); Administrator, Area Redevelopment Administration (1961-65). Personal correspondence, memorandums, reports, hearings, bills, news clippings, and scrapbooks.
Papers 1961-1963. Government official. Director of Public Information, Peace Corps (1961); Special Assistant, Office of the White House Press Secretary (1961); Director, Information Staff, Agency for International Development (1961-63). Photocopies of correspondence, memorandums, speech files relating to the White House press office, the Peace Cor...
Papers 1945-1980. Government official. Assistant to the Secretary of the Interior (1961-67). Papers consist of general files, letters, memoranda, press releases, news clippings, notes, and political ephemera, focusing primarily upon the Department of the Interior's role in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations.
Images made by donor while on the funeral train carrying Robert F. Kennedy's body from New York City for burial in Arlington National Cemetery, 08 June 1968.
Papers 1945-1962 [bulk 1955-1962]. Military officer, historian, educator, Massachusetts political figure. Captain, Office of the U.S. Military Government of Germany (OMGUS) (1945); Americans for Democratic Action, Massachusetts chairman (1955-57), national chairman (1959-62). Analyses of German history and public opinion; notes, reports, interview...
Papers 1948-1998. Economics educator and researcher, government official. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for International Affairs (1961-62). Correspondence, memorandums, reports, studies, magazines, and news clippings relating to international trade, the balance of payments, and his service in the Commerce Department.
Papers 1957-1971. Government official. Member, National Security Council staff (1959-65); staff member, Bureau of International Affairs, Department of State (1965-66). Chronological file, name file, subject file; includes materials on the White House Conference on International Cooperation and a proposed National Academy of Foreign Affairs.
Economist, educator, government official. Administrative Assistant to President Truman (1949-53); Director, Bureau of the Budget (1961-62); Administrator, Agency for International Development (1963-66); vice president, executive vice president, Ford Foundation (1966-81). Correspondence, memorandums, reports, background material, speeches, writings;...
Papers (1956-1979). Correspondence, press releases, publications, telephone records, etc. relating to his investigation of Jimmy Hoffa and the Teamster's Union, John F. Kennedy's Presidential campaign (1960), Robert F. Kennedy's Senate campaign (1964), and U.S. attorneys.
Accountant, investigator. Special consultant to President Kennedy (1961-1963). Materials relating to investigations of Peace Corps activities and to stockpiling of materials for national emergency.
Penologist, government official. Director, Bureau of Prisons, Department of Justice (1937-64). Materials relating to his career, the Bureau, and many prison or crime related issues including gun control, sentencing, and post World War II German prisons.
Lawyer, government official. General Attorney, Staff Director, Executive Staff Director, Commission on Civil Rights (1958-63); campaign aide to Senator Edmund S. Muskie (1971-72). Memorandums, correspondence, and speech files relating to his government and political work, to the Lawyer's Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, to the District of Col...
Papers (1934-1939). Letters and postcards from John F. Kennedy.
Government official. Assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture for Congressional Liaison (1961-68). Correspondence, memorandums, reports, news clippings, and photographs pertaining to the Department of Agriculture and Democratic politics.
Professor of Mass Communications and Journalism; Chairman of the Department of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures; author. Drafts of articles, research materials, news clippings, and interviews related to Bittner’s research on Ernest Hemingway and Robert Ruark, and press coverage of Ernest Hemingway’s death.
Photographs, 1960-1963. 7” x 9” black-and-white prints. Images made by Black Star Publishing Co., Inc. photographers, featuring John F. Kennedy at various events during his presidential campaign and as president; members of the Kennedy family and the Kennedy administration also appear.
Papers, 1961-1969 (#31). Lawyer; federal and local government official. General Counsel, Bureau of Public Roads, Department of Commerce (1961-1963); Commissioner, Vice Chairman, Acting Chairman, Federal Power Commission (1963-1966); Administrator, Bonneville Power Administration (1966-1967); Under Secretary, Department of the Interior (1968-1969).
Educator, civic worker. Member, President's Panel on Mental Retardation (1961-62). Materials relating to the work of the Panel.
Materials related to recorded album "The First Family," including two scrapbooks, publicity booklet, original acetate recording, 1/4" master tape, CD, gold album, and related materials.
Photographs, circa 1897-1962, created and collected for publication in The Boston Globe. Photographs include early images of the John F. Fitzgerald family, the Joseph P. Kennedy family, and John F. Kennedy from childhood through his tenure as Congressman.
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...
Businessman, New Hampshire political figure, government official. Mayor of Laconia, NH (1955-59); Kennedy campaign worker (1960); Deputy Administrator, Administrator, General Services Administration (1961-64); Deputy Director, Office of Economic Opportunity (1965-68). Correspondence, memorandums, appointment books, schedules and speech files relati...
Jacqueline Bouvier's winning entry for Vogue magazine's Prix de Paris (1951).
Student; intern John F. Kennedy Library. Correspondence, Interagency Youth Committee charters, annual reports, memoranda, White House press releases and memoranda, press clippings.
Press officer, educator, government official. Press adviser to the Secretary General, Organization of American States (1961-62); Deputy Public Affairs Adviser, Bureau of Latin America, Agency for International Development (1962-65); Reports and Food for Peace Officer, AID, Chile (1965-67); professor, School of Journalism, Central Michigan Universit...
Papers (1966-1980) consist of materials from his work on the Senate Judiciary Committee chaired by Senator Edward M. Kennedy.
Historian. Author, Dean Acheson: The Cold War Years, 1953-71 (1992). Photocopies of background research materials, and drafts of book.
Journalist, political scientist. Author, The President and the Presidency (1949), A Passion for Politics (1955), A Passion for Anonymity (1958), and Anatomy of the Anecdote (1960). Papers relating to government reorganization during the Franklin Roosevelt administration, the District of Columbia, the Public Administration Clearing House; manuscript...
Political advance man. Material concerning John F. Kennedy's and Robert F. Kennedy's trips; includes invitations, planning materials, photographs, news clippings, funeral arrangements for Robert F. Kennedy; manuscript of The Advance Man (1971).
Author, professor, government official. Research Assistant to Henry L. Stimson (1946-1948), Lecturer and Professor of Government, Harvard (1949-1953), Dean, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Harvard (1953-1960), Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs (1960-1966), President, Ford Foundation (1966-1980), Professor, New York University (198...
Government official. Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs (1961-1966). Correspondence with the Department of State concerning visas and immigration cases.
Papers 1958-1979. Massachusetts political figure. Representative from Massachusetts (1959-1979). Congressional files for the 86th through the 95th Congress.
Management consultant. Director of Training for the Far East (1962-1964), Special Assistant to the Director (1964-1965), Peace Corps. Research materials for his doctoral dissertation, The Peace Corps: A Study in Open Organization (1968); includes memorandums, reports, notes, speeches, records of the Director's staff meetings, records of decisions,...
Peace Corps Country Director for Malaysia (1963-64), Peace Corps consultant (1961-68), lawyer (1952-), California Bar Committee member, Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare (1969-71), activist. Evaluations of Peace Corps education programs in Somalia, Nigeria, and Nepal; interview notes...
Papers, 1961-2008. Personal papers of William Henry Byrd focusing on his tenure as director of the Peace Corps outdoor fitness training programs in Puerto Rico from 1962 to 1963. Contains textual materials, photographic prints, negatives, and slides.
Press officer, government official. Press secretary to the Governor of Maine (1958-1960); executive, General Services Administration (1961-1980); advance man for President Kennedy's trip to Texas (1963). Copies of papers concerning his work in the 1960 Presidential campaign, and President Kennedy's November 1963 trip to Texas.
Diplomat. Ambassador to Pakistan (1952-1953); Ambassador to Colombia (1957-1959); Ambassador to Brazil (1959-1961); Ambassador to Poland (1962-1965). The Diplomatic Papers of John Moors Cabot . Copies of diplomatic papers concerning Latin America, Europe, general political and diplomatic materials, and diaries. [Originals deposited in the Edwin Gin...
Writer and political advisor. Materials related to potential articles on Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. for the Readers Digest and on Robert F. Kennedy for Newsweek . Included in the papers are drafts of articles, correspondence, transcripts of interviews, notes and notebooks, research material and newspaper clippings, with the bulk of the material rela...
“Kennedy Girl,” political activist. Form letters, newspapers, clippings, and campaign materials relating to the campaign of Robert F. Kennedy and several California Democrats.
Lawyer, government official. Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Public Lands Management (1961-1964); Under Secretary of the Interior (1965-1966); Commissioner, Federal Power Commission (1966-1972). Correspondence, trip and speech files, subject files, and schedules and telephone logs.
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