This folder contains memoranda between the office of President John F. Kennedy's secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, and Brooks Hays, Special Assistant to the President. Topics include the 1962 Appalachian Governor's Staff Conference in Charleston, West Virginia; a trip to West Africa; and numerous speaking engagements. Of note is an issue of Capital Baptist detailing Hays' visit with Pope John XXIII at the Vatican. Also included is a draft of a Joint Staff Paper from Budget Bureau officials and Council of State Government staff titled "Coordination of Federal and State Planning."
Extent / Physical Description
60 digital pages, including 1 photograph
Series 06. Staff Memoranda.
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. President's Office Files. Staff Memoranda. Hays, Brooks
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