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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 26A
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Dictation Belt 26A contains six sound recordings. Item 26A.1 is a telephone conversation held on August 16, 1963, between President John F. Kennedy and Secretary of State Dean Rusk. In preparation for Secretary Rusk’s press conference, they discuss the prospect of answering a question about France and a treaty banning atmospheric nuclear weapons te...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 26A.1A. Operator Brings Mrs. Lincoln Up to Date on President’s Recent Calls
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Sound recording of a telephone conversation between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and a White House Operator. The operator brings Lincoln up to date on President John F. Kennedy’s recent telephone calls. Machine noise follows the conversation. Transcript included. This sound recording was originally recorded on Dictation Belt 26A, which c...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 39. President Kennedy Dictation Concerning Entrance into Politics
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Sound recording of part of a dictation by President John F. Kennedy. President Kennedy talks about his personal and family histories and other circumstances that influenced his entry into politics. Before beginning the dictation, President Kennedy speaks to Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln. Lincoln’s response is indistinct. The recording of th...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 40. President Kennedy Dictation Concerning Entrance into Politics (Item 39 Continued)
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    The recording of this dictation begins on Dictation Belt 39. President Kennedy continues to talk about his entry into politics and functions politicians can perform in the United States.

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 47
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Dictation Belt 47 contains seven sound recordings. Item 47.1 is a telephone conversation between President John F. Kennedy and Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara. They discuss defense appropriations and the military aspect of the space program. The recording begins in mid-conversation. Item 47.2 is a telephone conversation between President Jo...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 47.7. “Look” Magazine Article on President Kennedy
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Sound recording of part of a telephone conversation between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and Stanley Tretick. Tretick inquires about scheduling time with President John F. Kennedy to do work related to an article for “Look” magazine. [White House Operator?] announces the call. Occasionally there is an echo. The recording of this conversatio...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 48
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Dictation Belt 48 contains four sound recordings. The recording of the conversation in item 48.1 begins on Dictation Belt 47. Item 48.1 is a part of a telephone conversation between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and Stanley Tretick. Tretick inquires about scheduling time with President John F. Kennedy to do work related to an article for “Look”...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 48.1. “Look” Magazine Article on President Kennedy (Item 47.7 Continued)
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    The recording of this conversation begins on Dictation Belt 47.7. Sound recording of part of a telephone conversation between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and Stanley Tretick. Tretick inquires about scheduling time with President John F. Kennedy to do work related to an article for “Look” magazine. Machine noise follows the conversation. ...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 48.2. President’s Schedule
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Sound recording of a telephone conversation between Personal Secretary Evelyn Lincoln and George Thomas. Lincoln asks about President John F. Kennedy’s schedule. [White House Operator?] places the call at Lincoln’s request and a delay follows. This sound recording was originally recorded on Dictation Belt 48, which contains additional sound r...

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