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May 1961: 16-18
Produced by: United States Information Agency (USIA)--received from the Agency MR 64-16.
United States Government Agencies Collection
United States Information Agency
Diefenbaker, John G., 1895-1979
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994
Address to Canadian Parliament, Ottawa, 17 May 1961
Remarks Upon Arrival at the Royal Canadian Air Force Uplands Airport in Ottawa, 16 May 1961
Remarks at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa, 17 May 1961
Address Before the Canadian Parliament in Ottawa, 17 May 1961
Trip to Ottawa, Canada: Arrival ceremonies, 4:30PM
Trip to Ottawa, Canada: Wreath laying ceremony at the National War Memorial, Ottawa, Canada, 9:30AM
Trip to Ottawa, Canada: US Embassy Chancery
Trip to Ottawa, Canada: Departure ceremonies, 9:45AM
President Kennedy Addresses Canadian Parliament, 17 May 1961
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