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Senator John F. Kennedy, 1960 (1 of 2 folders)

Senator John F. Kennedy, 1960 (1 of 2 folders)
17 June 1944-13 January 1961, undated
92 digital pages
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Roberts, Chalmers M. (Chalmers McGeagh), 1910-2005
CMRPP-066-001
Chalmers M. Roberts Personal Papers. Subject Files. Senator John F. Kennedy, 1960 (1 of 2 folders). CMRPP-066-001. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series of subject files was created and maintained by Chalmers Roberts primarily during his tenure at the Washington Post. The series includes notes, clippings, publications, correspondence, and other materials relating to his work as both a journalist and author and reflect his varied interests in both domestic and foreign matters. Topics include Vietnam, arms-control and disarmament, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon, John Foster Dulles, Khrushchev and communism.
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