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    ST-456-1-62. President John F. Kennedy Meets with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko
    White House Photographs18 October 1962

    President John F. Kennedy meets with Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union (USSR), Andrei Gromyko. Seated (L-R): Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union, Vladimir S. Semenov; Soviet Ambassador to the United States, Anatoliy Fedorovich Dobrynin; Minister Gromyko; President Kennedy (in rocking chair). United Press Internation...

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    ST-456-2-62. Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko Arrives at White House
    White House Photographs18 October 1962

    Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union (USSR), Andrei Gromyko, arrives at the White House for a meeting with President John F. Kennedy. Arriving with Minister Gromyko are Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union, Vladimir S. Semenov, and Soviet Ambassador to the United States, Anatoliy Fedorovich Dobrynin. West Wing Entrance,...

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    ST-456-3-62. Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko Arrives at White House
    White House Photographs18 October 1962

    Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union (USSR), Andrei Gromyko (right center), arrives at the White House for a meeting with President John F. Kennedy. Walking with Minister Gromyko are Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Union, Vladimir S. Semenov, and Soviet Ambassador to the United States, Anatoliy Fedorovich Dobrynin. Natio...

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    ST-A44-10-62. President John F. Kennedy Addresses the Nation on the Crisis in Cuba
    White House Photographs22 October 1962

    Cameramen film President John F. Kennedy (far right, seated at desk) as he delivers a radio and television address to the nation regarding the Soviet Union’s military presence in Cuba. White House Secret Service agents Dennis Halterman and Gerald “Jerry” Blaine (arms folded) stand in the background, left of doorway. Oval Office, White House, Wash...

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    ST-A44-4-62. President John F. Kennedy Addresses the Nation on the Crisis in Cuba
    White House Photographs22 October 1962

    Cameramen film President John F. Kennedy (far right, seated at desk) as he delivers a radio and television address to the nation regarding the Soviet Union’s military presence in Cuba. Those standing in the background include (L-R): Senator George Smathers (Florida), and White House Secret Service agents Dennis Halterman and Gerald “Jerry” Blaine....

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    ST-A44-6-62. President John F. Kennedy Addresses the Nation on the Crisis in Cuba
    White House Photographs22 October 1962

    Cameramen film President John F. Kennedy (far right, seated at desk) as he delivers a radio and television address to the nation regarding the Soviet Union’s military presence in Cuba. Those standing in the background include (L-R): Military Aide to the President, General Chester V. Clifton; Senator George Smathers (Florida); White House media net...

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    ST-A44-9-62. President John F. Kennedy Addresses the Nation on the Crisis in Cuba
    White House Photographs22 October 1962

    Cameramen film President John F. Kennedy (far right, seated at desk) as he delivers a radio and television address to the nation regarding the Soviet Union’s military presence in Cuba. Those standing in the background include (L-R): Senator George Smathers (Florida), and White House Secret Service agents Dennis Halterman and Gerald “Jerry” Blaine....

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    ST-459-11-62. President John F. Kennedy Signs Cuba Quarantine Order
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    President John F. Kennedy looks towards members of the press during the signing of the Interdiction of the Delivery of Offensive Weapons to Cuba. Photographer at left is unidentified. Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.

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    ST-459-12-62. President John F. Kennedy Signs Cuba Quarantine Order
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    President John F. Kennedy signs the Interdiction of the Delivery of Offensive Weapons to Cuba. Photographer at left is unidentified. Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.

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    ST-459-13-62. President John F. Kennedy Signs Cuba Quarantine Order
    White House Photographs23 October 1962

    President John F. Kennedy signs the Interdiction of the Delivery of Offensive Weapons to Cuba. United Press International (UPI) photographer, James K. W. Atherton, stands at back left (in front of painting); White House Secret Service agent, Frank Yeager, stands mostly hidden behind Atherton. Others are unidentified. Oval Office, White House, Washi...

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