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    In Her Voice: Jacqueline Kennedy, The White House Years

    The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is proud to present a new exhibit highlighting Mrs. Kennedy's 1964 oral history interview. Sealed for 47 years and published in September 2011, it is a series of wide-ranging conversations with historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr., in which Mrs. Kennedy reveals her thoughts and impressions on topics s...

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    Jennifer Staple-Clark 2011

    In 2000, then a 19-year-old sophomore at Yale, Jennifer Staple-Clark took a summer work position as a clinical researcher of glaucoma in the office of her childhood ophthalmologist in New Haven, Connecticut. She was shocked by what she saw there: scores of low-income and homeless patients whose glaucoma had needlessly progressed into blindness. Ove...

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    David Baker, Michael Streit, Marsha Ternus (2012)

    On April 3, 2009, the Iowa Supreme Court made history by unanimously striking down a statute barring same-sex marriage, making Iowa the third state in the U.S. and the first state outside of New England to allow same-sex marriage. Massachusetts and Connecticut already allowed same-sex marriage at the time; California had done so before the passa...

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    John F. Kennedy Library Invites Public to Sign Condolence Book as Nation Mourns Death of President Ronald W. Reagan (June 8, 2004)

    The John F. Kennedy Library and Museum in Boston invites the public to sign a condolence book to share their thoughts and honor the life and legacy of President Ronald W. Reagan. The condolence book will be sent to Mrs. Reagan and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California. The condolence book will be available in the lobby a...

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