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Bunker Hill Knights of Columbus, Charlestown, Massachusetts, 16 June 1946

Bunker Hill Knights of Columbus, Charlestown, Massachusetts, 16 June 1946
16 June 1946
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Powers, Dave (David Francis), 1912-1998
DFPPP-028-024
David F. Powers Personal Papers. John F. Kennedy Speeches File. John F. Kennedy Speeches and Notes, 1942-1963. Bunker Hill Knights of Columbus, Charlestown, Massachusetts, 16 June 1946. DFPPP-028-024. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series is organized chronologically beginning in 1942 and working through 1963, although the majority of speeches are from the pre-1961 period. The speeches very often contain handwritten JFK notes and commentary. In comparing the pre-1961 speeches available in other JFK Library collections, is should be noted that there are speeches unique to this collection. In cases where there is no speech but simply a news clipping citing a speech or just a program, the JFK Library has filed the clipping within the speech files to help researchers piece together his speaking engagements’ itinerary. The finding aid will list the event, place and date of the speech where available and in the cases where the event is not listed, the subject of the particular speech is noted. For speeches where an exact date could not be located, the item was placed at the end of that year’s speeches preceded by a ~ (i.e. ~1959). Forty-three speeches in this series were previously opened and available for research use in 1981; these speeches are noted in the finding aid by an *, and they were interfiled in their original folders. Please note that sound recordings from 1960 campaign events may have inconsistent recording speeds or may be inaudible.
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