AR7094-E. President John F. Kennedy Speaks at Reception Honoring Committee of Nine of the Alliance For Progress

AR7094-E. President John F. Kennedy Speaks at Reception Honoring Committee of Nine of the Alliance For Progress
13 March 1962
President John F. Kennedy speaks at a reception in honor of the Committee of Nine of the Alliance for Progress (La Alianza para el Progreso) and diplomatic corps of the Latin American Republics, on the first anniversary of the Alliance for Progress. Observers include: Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; Ambassador of Nicaragua and Dean of the Diplomatic Corps, Dr. Guillermo Sevilla-Sacasa; Senator George D. Aiken (Vermont); Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Affairs, Edwin M. Martin; Senator Wayne Morse (Oregon); Senator Everett M. Dirksen (Illinois); Representative Joseph M. Montoya (New Mexico); State Department Chief of Protocol, Angier Biddle Duke; Deputy Director of the Food for Peace Program, James Symington; and members of the Committee of Nine Harvey S. Perloff (United States), Hernando Agudelo Villa (Colombia), Ernesto Malaccorto (Argentina), Dr. Manuel Noriega Morales (Guatemala), Dr. Felipe Pazos (Cuba), Paul N. Rosenstein-Rodan (United Kingdom), Raúl Sáez (Chile), Ary Frederico Torres (Brazil), Gonzalo Robles (Mexico). State Dining Room, White House, Washington, D.C.
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 8 x 10 inches)
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