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Boring, Floyd M.: Oral History Interview - JFK #1, 2/25/1976

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Boring, Floyd M., 1915-2008
(1915 - 2008) White House Secret Service Agent, 1943 - 1965.
Boring discusses John F. Kennedy’s (JFK) trip to Lyndon Baines Johnson’s ranch in Texas after the election in 1960, advance work that Boring did for JFK’s international trips, and refutes media claims about JFK’s extramarital affairs, among other issues.
25 February 1976
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Donated to the United States
JFKOH-FMB-01
National Archives and Records Administration. Office of Presidential Libraries. John F. Kennedy Library. (04/01/1985- )
Deeded
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