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Trip to New York City: Bill signing - HR 9118 Public Law 87-297, Arms Control and Disarmament Act, 11:30AM

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    Digital Identifier:
    JFKWHP-1961-09-26-C
    Title:
    Trip to New York City: Bill signing - HR 9118 Public Law 87-297, Arms Control and Disarmament Act, 11:30AM
    Date(s) of Materials:
    1961 September 26
    Folder Description:
    ST05
    Collection:
    White House Photographs
    Finding Aid | Digitized Content
    Related Records:
    Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (ACDA)
    Remarks on signing bill establishing U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 26 September 1961
    Remarks in New York City Upon Signing a Bill Establishing The U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, 26 September 1961
    Trip to New York City: Arrival at LaGuardia Airport 6:35PM, Carlyle Hotel 7:00PM
    Trip to New York City: Meeting at the Carlyle Hotel with disarmament advisors Arthur Dean, John McCloy, and Secretary of State Dean Rusk
    Trip to New York City: Address to the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN), 11:25AM
    Trip to New York: Reception at the United Nations (UN), 12:15PM
    Trip to New York City: Luncheon at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel Towers with the Latin American Delegation to the United Nations (UN) and United States Ambassador to the United Nations Adlai E. Stevenson (AES), 1:00PM
    Trip to New York City: Meeting with Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia, 4:00PM
    Trip to New York City: Meeting with Arturo Frondizi, President of Argentina, 8:45AM
    Trip to New York City: Meeting with disarmament advisors, 11:00AM
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