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1962: KP145-KP153b

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Digital Identifier:
JFKPP-042-021
Title:
1962: KP145-KP153b
Date(s) of Materials:
October 1962: 1-17
Folder Description:
This folder contains handwritten notes and doodles by John F. Kennedy that were collected and transcribed by his secretary, Evelyn Lincoln. Materials consist of notes written following a vote on legislation in which he was interested; notes written during an appointment with Senator Ben Smith; notes written during a telephone conversation with Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara; notes written during a meeting with the Foreign Minister of France; notes written during a meeting with the President of Guinea Sekou Toure; reminder notes written at his desk; notes written concerning a speech to be given in Buffalo, New York; written corrections on a statement concerning remarks made by Secretary of the Interior Stuart Udall regarding Cuba; reminder notes on discussions concerning Cuba; notes written during an off the record meeting regarding Cuba; and notes written by Attorney General Robert Kennedy during a meeting regarding Cuba.
Extent:
40 digital pages
Collection:
John F. Kennedy Personal Papers
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Series Number:
12.
Series Name:
Doodles.
Preferred Citation:
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Personal Papers. Doodles. 1962: KP145-KP153b
Physical Description:
40 digital pages
Media Type:
Paper
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