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Chronological File, 1961: 1 January-31 March

Chronological File, 1961: 1 January-31 March
1961: 1 January-28 March, undated
113 digital pages
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Sharon, John H. (John Hurford), 1927-1980
JHSPP-023-006
John H. Sharon Personal Papers. Democratic Party Files, 1954-1965. Chronological File, 1961: 1 January-31 March. JHSPP-023-006. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series consists of files relating to John Sharon's involvement and/or interest in the Democratic Party. Sharon closely followed the Democratic Party in the press, collecting newspaper clippings and press releases on campaigns, presidential contenders, and notable individuals, among others. Sharon also compiled materials on President Kennedy and his administration, including news on appointments and staff members, such as former colleague George W. Ball. This series is predominately comprised of these materials. Also included in this series are materials which document Sharon's support of Adlai Stevenson, particularly in his 1956 presidential campaign. Topics include delegates, television spots, and the issue hydrogen bomb testing. The files also document Sharon's role in the campaign, with a focus on financial matters.
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