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Senate Reception Room portraits unveiling, 12 March 1959

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    Digital Identifier:
    JFKPOF-136-008
    Title:
    Senate Reception Room portraits unveiling, 12 March 1959
    Date(s) of Materials:
    15 July 1958-14 March 1959
    Folder Description:
    This folder contains materials collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, both during and prior to his Presidency, concerning the activities of the Senate Committee on the Reception Room, a committee created to choose five Senators whose portraits would be placed in the five unfilled spaces in the Senate Reception Room. The selected Senators are: John C. Calhoun of South Carolina, Henry Clay of Kentucky, Robert M. LaFollette, Sr. of Wisconsin, Robert A. Taft of Ohio, and Daniel Webster of Massachusetts. Materials in this folder include correspondence and a program for the unveiling reception.
    Extent:
    17 digital pages
    Collection:
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files.
    Finding Aid | Digitized Content
    Series Number:
    11.
    Preferred Citation:
    Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. Special Events Through the Years. Senate Reception Room portraits unveiling, 12 March 1959
    Physical Description:
    17 digital pages
    Media Type:
    Paper
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