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Mexico: JFK trip to Mexico City, 1962: June-July

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Digital Identifier:
JFKPOF-122-006
Title:
Mexico: JFK trip to Mexico City, 1962: June-July
Date(s) of Materials:
June 1962: 4-30
Folder Description:
This folder contains materials collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, concerning President Kennedy's visit to Mexico City, Mexico. Materials in this folder include itineraries, a commemorative brochure, a press release announcing the President's schedule, a list of officials accompanying the President, guest lists for events and meetings, suggested remarks for the President to deliver upon arrival, a program from the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico, letters thanking those responsible for making administrative arrangements, and briefing papers concerning the Alliance for Progress, the current state of the Mexican economy, the salinity problem near the lower Colorado River, and possible joint ventures between Mexico and the United States. This folder contains some Spanish-language material.
Extent:
199 digital pages
Collection:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
09.
Series Name:
Countries.
Preferred Citation:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. Countries. Mexico: JFK trip to Mexico City, 1962: June-July
Place(s):
Mexico
Physical Description:
199 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
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Replica of Liberty Bell of Mexico
Consejo Consultivo Ciudad de Mexico Award
Cigar Humidor
Water Carts at the River
Day Ensemble: Coat
Day Suit
Address by the President at a Luncheon Given in His Honor by President López Mateos of Mexico, 29 June 1962
Remarks at a Luncheon Given in Honor of President López Mateos, 30 June 1962
Remarks at luncheon given by President Lopez Mateos, Mexico City, Mexico, 29 June 1962
Progress through Freedom: The President's Trip to Mexico, 1962: 29 June-1 July
Menus, 1962: May-June
Printed menus, 1962: 22 May-30 June
Trip to Mexico: Arrival ceremonies, Mexico City International Airport, Mexico City, Mexico, 11:00AM
Trip to Mexico: Motorcade with President Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (JBK), President of Mexico Adolfo López Mateos and wife Eva Mateos, 11:45AM
Trip to Mexico: Los Pinos, exchange of gifts, 12:45PM
Trip to Mexico: Luncheon in honor of President Kennedy
Trip to Mexico: First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (JBK) visits the National Institute of Anthropology & History
Trip to Mexico: Ceremony at City Hall, 5:05PM
Trip to Mexico: Ballet Folklorico Performance at Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, Mexico, 8:00PM
Trip to Mexico: Wreath laying ceremony, Independence Monument, 9:05AM
Trip to Mexico: Tour and address at the Independencia Housing Project, 9:35AM
Trip to Mexico: Los Pinos, Meeting with Adolfo López Mateos, President of Mexico, 10:30AM
Trip to Mexico: First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (JBK) visits the Instituto Nacional de Protección a la Infancia
Trip to Mexico: Ciudad Satellite, Address to the American Society of Mexico, 12:30PM
Trip to Mexico: Luncheon in honor of Adolfo López Mateos, President of Mexico, 2:00PM
Trip to Mexico: Tour of the National Institute of Anthropology and History, 4:55PM
Trip to Mexico: Reception at the Foreign Ministry, 8:20PM
Trip to Mexico: Wreath laying ceremony, 1910 Revolution Monument, 9:25AM
Trip to Mexico: President Kennedy & First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (JBK) attend Mass at the Basilica de Guadalupe, 10:05AM
Trip to Mexico: Departure ceremonies, 11:15AM
Foreign trip files: Mexico, 1962: 29 June-1 July (1 of 2 folders)
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