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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 37
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Dictation Belt 37 contains two sound recordings. Item 37.1 is a telephone conversation held on October 26, 1962, between President John F. Kennedy, State Department Spokesman Lincoln White, and Press Secretary to the President Pierre Salinger. They discuss White’s comments to the press concerning the Cuban Missile Crisis, press reaction, and proced...

  • Digitized Sound Recording
    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 37.2. Announcement on Cuban Crisis
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Sound recording of a brief fragment of a telephone conversation between an unidentified man and a man identified as “Joe.” They talk about an announcement concerning the Cuban Missile Crisis. The recording begins in mid-conversation. Following the conversation, there is machine noise, a ringing telephone, and very brief fragments of indistinct s...

  • Digitized Sound Recording
    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 38
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Dictation Belt 38 contains five sound recordings. Item 38.1 is a telephone conversation held in October 1962 between Secretary of State Dean Rusk and an unidentified man. They discuss requirements concerning missiles in Cuba, an issue related to the Cuban Missile Crisis. Machine noise precedes and follows the conversation. There is an echo during p...

  • Digitized Sound Recording
    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 38.5. Cuban Blockade
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Sound recording of a telephone conversation between President John F. Kennedy and Ambassador to the United Nations (U.N.) Adlai Stevenson. They discuss the blockade of Cuba. Most of Ambassador Stevenson’s speech is indistinct. The recording ends abruptly. This sound recording was originally recorded on Dictation Belt 38, which contains addit...

  • Digitized Sound Recording
    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 41
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Dictation Belt 41 contains four sound recordings. Item 41.1 is a telephone conversation between unidentified men. They discuss aerial reconnaissance and various proposals involving airplanes or aerial photography, including the sale of an airplane to the United Nations (U.N.). Most of one speaker’s side of the conversation is indistinct. The conver...

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    Telephone Recordings: Dictation Belt 45. Dictated Memos to: McGeorge Bundy, General Lyman Lemnitzer, Dean Rusk, and Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr.
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.Undated

    Sound recording of President John F. Kennedy dictating memoranda. President Kennedy dictates the first memorandum to Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs McGeorge Bundy on a proposed article on counter-guerrilla tactics. President Kennedy dictates the second memorandum to Bundy on the policy for Cuba. President Kennedy d...

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    6-1-2: Cuba: Study Group, 1961: Minutes: Miscellaneous, 18 May 1961
    Papers of Robert F. Kennedy. Attorney General PapersUndated
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