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August 2, 1962 Telegram

A. Philip Randolph Letters John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

Telegram dated August 2, 1962 from A. Philip Randolph to President Kennedy: "I WISH TO EXTEND CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU ON YOUR TIMELY FORTHRIGHT AND CONSTRUCTIVE STATEMENT ON RACIAL TENSION IN ALBANY GEORGIA."

August 2, 1962

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston, Massachusetts. Papers of John F. Kennedy, Presidential Papers, White House Central File, Subject File

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