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Public Relations (PR): 18-1: General, 1963: 15 May-11 July

Public Relations (PR): 18-1: General, 1963: 15 May-11 July
20 December 1962-11 July 1963
121 digital pages
This folder contains correspondence between Press Secretary Pierre Salinger and various persons regarding proposals for television specials and requests for participation by President John F. Kennedy in media programs. Also included in this folder are a transcript and letters regarding a CBS News program called, “The Tax Cut.”
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). White House Central Files. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. White House Central Subject Files. Public Relations (PR). Public Relations (PR): 18-1: General, 1963: 15 May-11 July
Material pertaining to the general subject of public relations, human interest, including requests of various kinds. Except material pertaining to invitations to the President (IV), messages (ME), political affairs (PL), requests for flags that have flown over the White House (FE 7-1), requests for gifts of the type given to the White House staff (GI), speeches (SP), trips (TR), and White House entertainers (SO).
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