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About Sound Recording
1963: 28 August-3 September
Part of an August 28, 1963, meeting concerning the volatile situation in South Vietnam. The recording of this meeting begins on Tape 107.
August 28, 1963, meeting between President Kennedy and Civil Rights Leaders concerning the March on Washington and pending civil rights legislation in Congress.
August 29, 1963, meeting concerning the volatile situation in South Vietnam.
September 3, 1963, meeting that is the continued discussion concerning the volatile situation in South Vietnam.
For more complete descriptions, including full lists of participants, see individual meeting records listed in Related Records. Recordings of individual meetings have been excerpted from this Tape.
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Meetings: Tape 107. Thomas Finletter and NATO; Carl Hayden and the 1964 Election; Anatoliy Dobrynin; Vietnam; Portuguese Africa; Vietnam [Entire Tape]
Meetings: Tape 108/A43. Vietnam [Tape 107. Meeting on Vietnam, Continued], 28 August 1963
Meetings: Tape 108/A43. Civil Rights, 28 August 1963
Meetings: Tape 108/A43. Vietnam, 29 August 1963
Meetings: Tape 108/A43. Vietnam, 3 September 1963
Meeting with the leaders of "The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom," 5:00PM