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Reports and statements: Living Conditions of New Diplomats, 23 February 1961

Reports and statements: Living Conditions of New Diplomats, 23 February 1961
23 February 1961
26 digital pages
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Sanjuan, Pedro A. (Pedro Arroyo), 1930-2012
PASPP-001-020
Pedro A. Sanjuan Personal Papers. Special Protocol Service Section Files, 1961-1963. Reports and statements: Living Conditions of New Diplomats, 23 February 1961. PASPP-001-020. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series consists of progress reports, minutes from meetings, memorandum, reports, and speeches relating to Pedro A. Sanjuan’s work as the Assistant Chief of Protocol from 1961-1963 and then as the Director of the Special Protocol Service Section in 1963. There is also material related to housing and travel arrangements for African diplomats and their staff.
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