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AR6595-A. President John F. Kennedy Attends Ceremony for Presentation of Scholastic Achievement Awards Given by Recording for the Blind, Inc.

AR6595-A
AR6595-A. President John F. Kennedy Attends Ceremony for Presentation of Scholastic Achievement Awards Given by Recording for the Blind, Inc.
19 May 1961
Presentation of Scholastic Achievement Awards to three students graduating in June 1961, given by Recording for the Blind, Inc., and presented by President John F. Kennedy. L-R: two unidentified; Senator Kenneth B. Keating (New York); award recipient, Daniel R. Webber; President John F. Kennedy; award recipient, Cheryl Lynn Martin; Cheryl's mother, Mrs. James Martin; award recipient, Helen Vivian Aareskjold; several unidentified. Also included in the President’s schedule: President of Recording for the Blind, Inc., Mrs. Frederick B. Payne; member of the Board of Directors, Henry C. Breck; member of the Board of Directors, Walker C. Buckner; Chairman of the Berkshire County, Massachusetts, Unit of Recording for the Blind, Inc., Mrs. John M. Deely; Chairman of the Detroit Unit, Godfrey Strelinger; National Director, Burnham Carter; Assistant for Recording for the Blind, Inc., Jeanne MacDaniels; Director of Vocational Rehabilitation for the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Mary Switzer. Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.
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