Correspondence (personal): [R-T], 1960-1964

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Title
Correspondence (personal): [R-T], 1960-1964
Collection
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. White House Staff Files of Walter W. Heller
Finding Aid | Digitized Content
Digital Identifier
JFKWHSFWWH-MF89-003
Date(s) of Materials
27 December 1960-28 October 1964
Folder Description
This folder contains personal correspondence and enclosures sent to Walter W. Heller by individuals whose last names begin with the letters R, S, and T. Materials include comments from James W. Riddell on a proposed excise tax on jet fuel; two papers by William A. Salant on the economic consequences of disarmament and the reserve currency role of the dollar; a publication titled "The Growth of the Economy" from the British National Economic Development Council; a speech by Harry L. Severson on the impact of urbanization in Alabama; a speech by Louis Shere on the role of the Council of Economic Advisers in the formation of economic policy; a speech by Sir Robert Shone on planning for growth in the United Kingdom; a report by Philip E. Taylor on the implementation of fiscal reforms in Jordan; a paper by Norman B. Ture on economic growth and federal tax policy; and a paper by Peter L. Bernstein titled "The Trojan Horse of Population Growth."
Extent / Physical Description
462 digital pages, including 2 pages closed due to privacy
Series
Series 14. Personal Correspondence, 1960-1964.
Preferred Citation
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Presidential Papers. White House Staff Files of Walter W. Heller. Personal Correspondence, 1960-1964. Correspondence (personal): [R-T], 1960-1964. JFKWHSFWWH-MF89-003. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Media Type
Use Restriction Note
Some of the archival materials in this collection may be subject to copyright or other intellectual property restrictions. Users of these materials are advised to determine the copyright status of any document from which they wish to publish.
Copyright Notice
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