This folder contains correspondence collected by the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, and consists primarily of memorandums from the Department of State and the Office of the Chief of Protocol, Angier Biddle Duke. Materials concern the exchange of gifts, including inscribed photographs, between foreign dignitaries and heads of state and President Kennedy. Of note is background information and photographs of the Winchester Model 21 shotgun given by President Kennedy to President Mohammed Ayub Khan of Pakistan.
Extent / Physical Description
84 digital pages, including 6 photographs
Series 01. General Correspondence.
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. General Correspondence. Gifts, photographs, autographs: Exchanged with foreign dignitaries: Libya-Yemen
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