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HU: 2-3 (Living-Dining facilities): General

HU: 2-3 (Living-Dining facilities): General
9 March 1961-3 September 1963
119 digital pages
Materials in this folder include telegrams, memoranda, newspaper articles, and correspondence between President John F. Kennedy, Special Assistant to the President Frederick G. Dutton, Assistant Special Counsel to the President Lee C. White, various members of the White House staff, and individual citizens concerning incidents of racial discrimination against visiting African diplomats and racial segregation of public facilities and accommodations, with specific emphasis on restaurants in Maryland.
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). White House Central Files. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)
JFKWHCSF-0373-007
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. White House Central Subject Files. Human Rights (HU). HU: 2-3 (Living-Dining facilities): General
Material pertaining to human and civil rights, the promotion and denial of such rights, discrimination or discriminatory practices, and matters relating to segregation, ideologies, and voting rights, including all complaints about such matters.
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