ST-C230-22-63. President John F. Kennedy Arrives at Wahn Airport in Bonn, Germany

ST-C230-22-63. President John F. Kennedy Arrives at Wahn Airport in Bonn, Germany
23 June 1963
President John F. Kennedy shakes hands with Chancellor of West Germany, Konrad Adenauer (right), during his arrival ceremony at Wahn Airport in Bonn, West Germany (Federal Republic); Director of Radio in the American Sector (RIAS) in Berlin and translator for President Kennedy, Robert Lochner, stands left of the President. Also pictured: Military Aide to the President, General Chester V. Clifton; Special Assistant to the President for National Security, McGeorge Bundy; Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for European Affairs, William R. Tyler; U.S. Chief of Protocol, Angier Biddle Duke; West German Ambassador to the United States, Karl Heinrich Knappstein; Federal Minister of Defense of West Germany, Kai-Uwe von Hassel; Vice Chancellor of West Germany, Dr. Ludwig Erhard. [Scratches throughout image are original to the negative.]
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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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Military Aide. (01/20/1961 - 11/22/1963)