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1962: KP32-KP40

1962: KP32-KP40
April 1962: 1-6
31 digital pages
This folder contains handwritten notes and doodles by John F. Kennedy that were collected and transcribed by his secretary, Evelyn Lincoln. Materials consist of notes written at his home at Glen Ora in Middleburg, Virginia; two sets of notes written during appointments with President of Brazil Joao Goulart; notes written at his desk; notes written prior to a Cabinet meeting; notes taken during a Cabinet meeting; notes taken during a meeting of the United States Advisory Committee in International Education and Cultural Affairs; reminder notes; and notes taken during an off the record meeting.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
JFKPP-042-006
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Personal Papers. Doodles. 1962: KP32-KP40
This series consists of doodles, notes, reminders, speech changes, thoughts, drafts and various incidentals written by John F. Kennedy, and collected and organized by Evelyn Lincoln, John F. Kennedy's personal secretary. Lincoln transcribed handwritten portions where necessary, documented each item with date, time, and detail she deemed important. Her narratives enrich the archival record especially in documenting telephone conversations. However, many errors have been found in her identification and transcription, and researchers are encouraged to read the Note to Researchers preceding the box list. A short summary of her narrative describes each item in the folder title list, giving date and occasion, sometimes topic. Individual doodles often do not represent the topic expressed in the narratives. A duplicate set of Doodles, complete only through 1962 item KP26, is in surplus at the end of this collection. KC, KS and KP designations represent Kennedy's Congressional, Senatorial and Presidential years, respectively.
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