AR6869-B. President John F. Kennedy Attends Luncheon for Texas Publishers

AR6869-B. President John F. Kennedy Attends Luncheon for Texas Publishers
27 October 1961
Luncheon for Texas publishers. (Clockwise from bottom right): S.B. Whittenburg, publisher of The Amarillo News-Globe and Globe-Times; Pat Taggart, publisher of The Waco News-Tribune and Times-Herald (back to camera); Frank Mayborn, publisher of The Temple Telegram (back to camera); Rhea Howard, publisher of The Wichita Falls Record-News and Times (back to camera); O. Eugene Davis, President of The Enterprise and Journal; Press Secretary Pierre Salinger; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; James F. Chambers, Jr., President of The Dallas Times; Dudley Dougherty, publisher of La Prensa (mostly hidden); Walter R. Humphrey, President of The Fort Worth Press (mostly hidden); James Roberts, publisher of The Andrews County News; C.C. Woodson, publisher of The Brownwood Bulletin (mostly hidden); Dorrance D. Roderick, publisher of The El Paso Times; John T. Jones, Jr., President of The Houston Chronicle; Conway C. Craig, publisher of The Corpus Christi Caller-Times; Houston Harte, publisher of The San Angelo Standard-Times; R.H. Whitten, publisher of The Navasota Examiner-Review; President John F. Kennedy; Doris Wesley, Vice President of The Houston Informer; Ted Dealey, publisher of The Dallas Morning News; Colonel B.J. Horner, publisher of The San Antonio Light; Howard McMahon, publisher of The Abilene Reporter-News. State Dining Room, White House, Washington, D.C.
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 8 x 10 inches)
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