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Responsibilities: Office of Deputy Special Counsel

Responsibilities: Office of Deputy Special Counsel
1963: 23 November-2 December
13 digital pages
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Feldman, Myer ("Mike"), 1914-2007
MFPP-020-016
Myer Feldman Personal Papers. White House, 1961-1965. Administrative Files, 1961-1965. Responsibilities: Office of Deputy Special Counsel. MFPP-020-016. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains files that Feldman maintained for administrative purposes. It includes his daily appointment calendars, incoming telephone call logs, notices issued to all White House staff, and personnel files. There are also a few folders pertaining to Feldman's employment with the government, and a photo directory of the staffers in the Executive Office of the President. Of particular note are Feldman's handwritten observations about his work, which include his views on the different leadership styles of President Kennedy and President Johnson. This series is an artificial arrangement imposed by the processing archivist to encompass loose materials and files unrelated to Feldman's policy work.
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