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White House Photographs
President John F. Kennedy (at lectern) delivers an address to the luncheon meeting at the national conference of the Business Committee for Tax Reduction in 1963 held at the Statler-Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. Sitting behind table on stage (L-R): Chaplain of the U.S. Senate, Reverend Frederick Brown Harris; unidentified; President of the Chase Manhattan Bank and Business Committee member, David Rockefeller; Under Secretary of the Treasury, Henry H. Fowler; Chairman of the Ford Motor Company and Co-Chairman of the Business Committee for Tax Reduction in 1963, Henry Ford II; President Kennedy (standing); Secretary of the Treasury, C. Douglas Dillon; Chairman of the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company and Business Committee member, Frazar B. Wilde; unidentified. White House Secret Service agent Arthur L. “Art” Godfrey sits at table in front of stage, facing audience.
Kennedy Family Collection
This photograph album, compiled by Kathleen "Kick" Kennedy, documents her life, travels, and social activities from 1939 to 1942. Photographs document time spent at the Kennedy family’s residences in Palm Beach in Florida, Hyannis Port in Massachusetts, and Bronxville in New York; aboard the S.S. Washington en route to New York City, New York, from Europe; at the 1939 New York World’s Fair; in Sainte-Marguerite-du-lac-Masson in Quebec, Canada; at the Maryland Hunt Cup near Reisterstown, Maryland; at the Berkshire Music Festival (now called the Tanglewood Music Festival) in Lenox, Massachusetts; at Bailey’s Beach in Newport, Rhode Island; as a bridesmaid in the wedding of Kennedy family friend, Anne McDonnell, to Henry Ford II, in Southampton, New York; at the Edgartown Regatta on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts; on a camping trip in Wise River, Montana; on a trip to England; at the Beachcomber Lounge in Boston, Massachusetts; at Club Waikiki in New York City; at the Scranton family estate in Scranton, Pennsylvania; on Lake Minnetonka in Minnesota; at the Coleman and Schweppe family estates in Lake Forest, Illinois; and at parties at both Kathleen’s apartment and the apartment of Kennedy family friend Inga Arvad in Washington, D.C. Other locations pictured include Narragansett, Rhode Island; Greenwich, Connecticut; Lexington and Chatham, Massachusetts; Seminole, Florida; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and Charleston, South Carolina. Family members pictured in photographs include Kathleen’s parents, Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy; her siblings, Joseph P. “Joe” Kennedy, Jr., John F. “Jack” Kennedy, Eunice Kennedy, Patricia “Pat” Kennedy, Robert F. “Bob/Bobbie” [sic] Kennedy; Jean Kennedy, and Edward M. “Ted/Teddy” Kennedy; her grandparents, John F. “Honey Fitz” Fitzgerald and Mary Josephine Hannon Fitzgerald; and cousin, Joseph Francis “Joey” Gargan, Jr. Over one hundred friends and acquaintances also appear in photographs, many of whom are identified in original captions. Those who appear more than once within the album include: Edward E. Moore and Mary Moore; Tom Killefer; Torbert "Torb" Macdonald; Richard J. “Dick” Cotter, Jr.; Nancy Van Vleck; Beverly A. “Bev” Bogert; C. Z. “Cizzie” Cochrane; John “Zeke” Coleman, Jr.; Nancy Tenney; Charlotte McDonnell; Francis Huger “Mac” McAdoo, Jr.; Cynthia “Cynth” McAdoo; Kirk LeMoyne “Lem/Leem” Billings; Thomas Henry “Harry” Dixon; John “Johnny” Pyne; Appie Whitney; Eben Pyne; Alison “Allie/Ally” Pyne; Cammann “Cam” Newberry; Constance “Connie” Shepard; James Ayer “Jim” Rousmaniere; Helen MacDonald; Marie Murray; Cyrus Robinson “Cy” Taylor; Nelson Macy, Jr.; William Fuller “Bill” Borland; George Morris Cheston; William Warren “Bill” Scranton; Abbott Widdicombe; Gaspard d’Andelot “Don” Belin; Harriet Bundy “Hattie” Belin; Stanley Rogers “Stan” Resor; Anne Reed; Charles Alfred “Chuckie/Chucky” Pillsbury; Jane "Pil" Pillsbury; Muriel Macy; Demarest "Demi" Lloyd, Jr.; George Houk Mead, Jr.; Richard R. “Dick” Flood; Elizabeth Wayne “Betty” Coxe; Charles “Chuck” Spalding; Inga Arvad; and Mary Dickey. Also pictured are industrialist Henry Ford, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Clementine Ogilvy Spencer Churchill. Original handwritten captions are written in black ink on many of the leaves. This photograph album contains 636 photographic prints and two photo fragments.
White House Photographs
Meeting with the President’s Advisory Committee on Labor Management. Seated, L-R: President of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, George Meany; Publisher of the Atlanta Constitution newspaper, Ralph E. McGill; unidentified man; Secretary of Commerce, Luther Hodges; Secretary of Labor, Arthur Goldberg; President John F. Kennedy; President of the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees, George M. Harrison; Chairman and President of Burlington Industries, Inc., J. Spencer Love; Chairman of the Board of Directors of Ford Motor Company, Henry Ford II. Standing, L-R: Professor of Labor Relations in the Wharton School of Finance at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. George W. Taylor; unidentified; Chairman of the Board of Directors of Inland Steel Company, Joseph L. Block; President of the International Business Machines (IBM) Corporation, Thomas J. Watson, Jr.; President of Reynolds Metal Company, Richard S. Reynolds, Jr.; President of the International Ladies Garment Workers’ Union, David Dubinsky; Editor and Publisher of Business Week Magazine, Elliott V. Bell; President of the International Union of United Automobile, Aircraft, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Walter P. Reuther; President of the National Bureau of Economic Research, Dr. Arthur Burns; unidentified man. Also included in the President’s schedule: David L. Cole, of Cole, Morrill, and Berman; Chairman of the Board of Directors of the United States Lines Company, John M. Franklin. Cabinet Room, White House, Washington, D.C.