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KN-C22234. President John F. Kennedy Distributes Pens at Signing of the Navajo Indian Irrigation and San Juan-Chama Projects Construction Bill

KN-C22234
KN-C22234. President John F. Kennedy Distributes Pens at Signing of the Navajo Indian Irrigation and San Juan-Chama Projects Construction Bill
13 June 1962
President John F. Kennedy (seated at desk) hands a pen to Navajo Tribal Council Chairman, Paul Jones, after signing a bill to authorize the Navajo Indian Irrigation and San Juan-Chama Reclamation Projects. Standing (L-R): Representative Joseph M. Montoya (New Mexico); Representative Thomas G. Morris (New Mexico); Secretary of the Interior, Stewart Udall; Senator Clinton P. Anderson (New Mexico); Chairman Jones; Navajo Tribal Council Executive Secretary, J. Maurice McCabe (in back, mostly hidden); and Senator Dennis Chávez (New Mexico). Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.
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Robert Knudsen. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Naval Aide to the President. (1961 - 1963)
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