Brown diary, 31 December 1962-6 June 1963: Enclosures

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Title
Brown diary, 31 December 1962-6 June 1963: Enclosures
Collection
Evelyn Lincoln Personal Papers
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Digital Identifier
ELPP-004-007
Date(s) of Materials
2 July 1957-13 December 1962, undated
Folder Description
Enclosures from this diary include a printed copy of Senator John F. Kennedy's speeches on Algeria (July 1957); a Massachusetts tour schedule of Jacqueline Kennedy (September 1958); a draft by Ted Sorensen of a speech titled "A Turning Point in 1957: A Democratic View"; and a speech by Senator Kennedy titled "American Foreign Policy - A Democrat's Perspective."
Extent / Physical Description
66 digital pages
Series
Series 1. Schedules and Diaries, 1953-1963.
Preferred Citation
Evelyn Lincoln Personal Papers. Schedules and Diaries, 1953-1963. Brown diary, 31 December 1962-6 June 1963: Enclosures. ELPP-004-007. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Media Type
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Copyright Notice
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