KN-C22666-G. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Speaks at a Luncheon at Hotel María Isabel in Mexico City

KN-C22666-G. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Speaks at a Luncheon at Hotel María Isabel in Mexico City
30 June 1962
President John F. Kennedy stands with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she delivers remarks in Spanish at a luncheon in honor of President of Mexico, Adolfo López Mateos, and First Lady of Mexico, Eva Sámano de López Mateos. At table (L-R): President of the Permanent Commission of the Mexican Congress, Rómulo Sánchez Mireles; President López Mateos; Mrs. Kennedy; President Kennedy; Mrs. López Mateos (mostly hidden behind flowers); President of the Supreme Court of Mexico, Alfonso Guzmán Neyra. U.S. Department of State interpreter, Donald Barnes, stands in back, behind Mrs. Kennedy. Hotel María Isabel, Mexico City, Mexico.
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