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May 1961: 3-5
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Produced by: Thomas Craven Film Corporation.
United States Government Agencies Collection
Thomas Craven Film Corporation
United States Information Agency
Bourguiba, Habib Ibn Ali, 1903-2000
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy, 1929-1994
Heads of state
Welcoming Remarks to President Bourguiba of Tunisia at the Washington National Airport, 3 May 1961
President's Remarks to President Bourguiba (in French), 4 May 1961
Exchange of Remarks in the Rose Garden with President Bourguiba Following Issuance of Joint Statement, 5 May 1961
Exchange of Toasts Between Presidents Kennedy and Bourguiba, Tunisian Dinner, 5 May 1961
Arrival ceremonies for Habib Bourguiba, Sr., President of Tunisia, and wife Moufida Bourguiba, 12:00PM
Dinner in honor of Habib Bourguiba, Sr., President of Tunisia, 8:00PM
Meeting with Habib Bourguiba, Sr., President of Tunisia, 10:00AM
Meeting with Habib Bourguiba, Sr., President of Tunisia, 4:10PM
Dinner in honor of President Kennedy given by Habib Bourguiba, Sr., the President of Tunisia, 8:05PM
Tunisia: General, May 1961-November 1963
Tunisia: Security: Briefing book Bourguiba visit, May 1961
Events: **3 May 1961, Dinner, President Bourguiba of Tunisia and Mrs. Bourguiba
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