ST-C15-4-62. President John F. Kennedy with Baseball Player, Stan Musial, at 1962 All-Star Game

ST-C15-4-62. President John F. Kennedy with Baseball Player, Stan Musial, at 1962 All-Star Game
10 July 1962
President John F. Kennedy greets outfielder for the National League, Stan Musial (St. Louis Cardinals), during the 32nd Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Game. Standing in foreground (L-R): unidentified man with camera; Speaker of the House of Representatives, John W. McCormack (Massachusetts); Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (facing away); Special Assistant to the President, Dave Powers; Senator Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota (in back, mostly hidden); President Kennedy; Senator Stuart Symington of Missouri (in back, partially hidden); Mr. Musial; Special Assistant to the President for Congressional Relations and Personnel, Larry O'Brien (back to camera); President of the Washington Senators, General Elwood R. “Pete” Quesada; White House Secret Service agent, Gerald A. “Jerry” Behn; President of the American League of Professional Baseball Clubs, Joseph Cronin. Members of the Washington Metropolitan Police Boys Club, Dennis Marcel and Frank Brown, sit in front. D.C. Stadium, Washington, D.C.
1 negative (color; 35 mm)
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Cecil Stoughton. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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