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Religion: Ministerial Association, Houston, Texas, 12 September 1960

Religion: Ministerial Association, Houston, Texas, 12 September 1960
13 September 1960, undated
78 digital pages
This folder contains a transcript of Senator John F. Kennedy’s address concerning his religious beliefs given at the Houston Ministerial Association meeting and the question and answer period following his remarks.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Pre-Presidential Papers. Presidential Campaign Files, 1960. Speeches and the Press. Press Secretary’s Subject File, 1960. Religion: Ministerial Association, Houston, Texas, 12 September 1960
This file is broad in scope and comprehensive in coverage of many issues and state campaigns, as well as Kennedy's appearances, and the news coverage of the campaign. Included are transcripts, internal communications, and correspondence on the Kennedy-Nixon debates, and a transcript of the economic conference at Hyannisport (3 August 1960), attended by Professors Cox, Galbraith, Harris, Lester, and Samuelson. There is also material on campaign procedures, endorsements, songs, P.T. 109, inauguration arrangements, and at the end of the file, materials on press arrangements at the convention (not originally part of Pierre Salinger's files). One folder was added to this series from Accession 2007-092 (August 2007); located in Box 1104, it contains photocopies of itineraries and a press pass for Senator Kennedy's appearances in Pennsylvania (15 September 1960, 28 October 1960) and Massachusetts (7-8 November 1960).
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