AR7308-A. President John F. Kennedy with Members of Goodwill Mission from Dahomey

AR7308-A. President John F. Kennedy with Members of Goodwill Mission from Dahomey
15 June 1962
President John F. Kennedy visits with members of a goodwill mission from Dahomey; President Kennedy views the book, "Terre Dahoméenne," presented to him as a gift by the mission on behalf of President of Dahomey, Hubert Maga. Ambassador of Dahomey and Permanent Representative to the United Nations (UN), Louis Ignacio-Pinto, stands second from left; U.S. State Department interpreter, Edmund S. Glenn, stands left of President Kennedy. Also pictured: Minister of State for Civil Service of Dahomey, Oke Assogba; Minister of Education and Culture of Dahomey, Michel Ahouanmenou; Deputy to the National Assembly of Dahomey, Issaka Dangou. Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. [See also MO 63.538, "Terre Dahomeenne"]
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 8 x 10 inches)
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Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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