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Chron file, 1963

Chron file, 1963
1963: 12 June-20 December 1963, undated
160 digital pages
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Dixon, Paul Rand (Paul Randall), 1913-1996
PRDPP-077-021
Paul Rand Dixon Personal Papers. Correspondence, 1960-1981. Chron file, 1963. PRDPP-077-021. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains the professional and personal correspondence of Paul Rand Dixon. In most cases, both incoming letters and carbon copies of Dixon's outgoing replies are included. The first group of correspondence is arranged alphabetically by last name of correspondent. Files for specific individuals and organization are listed after the corresponding general file. Following the alpha file are several additional groups of correspondence that were found elsewhere in the collection. These include correspondence from Dixon's tenure as FTC acting chairman in 1976; unlabeled correspondence pertaining to appointments, invitations and general requests; a partial chron file of outgoing letters; correspondence with members of Congress; and correspondence with law firms in 1974 and 1975. Throughout the series, items within each folder are usually arranged in strict alphabetical or chronological order.
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