ST-215-105-61. President John F. Kennedy Signs HR 9118, Arms Control and Disarmament Act

ST-215-105-61. President John F. Kennedy Signs HR 9118, Arms Control and Disarmament Act
26 September 1961
President John F. Kennedy signs HR 9118, the Arms Control and Disarmament Act, establishing the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA). Looking on (L-R): two unidentified men; Representative Emanuel Celler (New York); Representative Robert W. Kastenmeier (Wisconsin); Representative Leonard Farbstein (New York); Secretary of State, Dean Rusk; Representative Cornelius E. Gallagher (New Jersey); White House Army Signal Agency (WHASA) staff member, John J. Cochran (in back, head turned); Director of the ACDA, William C. Foster; Chairman of the US Delegation to the Geneva Conference on Disarmament, Arthur Dean; two unidentified men. President Kennedy’s Suite at the Carlyle Hotel, New York City, New York.
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