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Memorial service for JFK

Memorial service for JFK
1963: 25 November-12 December
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Feldman, Myer ("Mike"), 1914-2007
MFPP-039-012
Myer Feldman Personal Papers. White House, 1961-1965. Personal Correspondence, 1961-1965. Memorial service for JFK. MFPP-039-012. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains Myer Feldman's personal correspondence file. "Personal" correspondence seems to mean letters addressed to Feldman at the White House that did not directly pertain to his official duties. This includes such categories as event invitations, expenses, condolence messages after the death of President Kennedy, congratulations on a promotion, and farewell wishes upon his resignation. Correspondents include friends, family members, and in particular, many Jewish organizations and prominent members of the American Jewish community. This series also contains speeches by Feldman, and information on awards he received. Original order of the files has been retained whenever possible. Folders are arranged alphabetically by name, and then by year in reverse order. Within each folder, letters are generally arranged in strict alphabetical order. Items in folders for specific individuals and organizations are arranged chronologically.
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