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Trip to Mexico: Reception at the Foreign Ministry, 8:20PM

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Digital Identifier:
JFKWHP-1962-06-30-H
Title:
Trip to Mexico: Reception at the Foreign Ministry, 8:20PM
Date(s) of Materials:
1962 June 30
Folder Description:
ST11, KN19
Collection:
White House Photographs
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Related Records:
Mexico: JFK trip to Mexico City, 1962: June-July
Blue Strapless Evening Gown
Progress through Freedom: The President's Trip to Mexico, 1962: 29 June-1 July
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: 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
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