White House Photographs
President John F. Kennedy delivers remarks to writers and artists from the first Inter-American Symposium, organized by Show: The Magazine of the Arts. Those pictured include: painter and designer from Brazil, Aloísio Magalhães; writer and member of the Foreign Services of Peru, Carlos Eduardo Zavaleta; Founder and Director of Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Rafael Squirru; professor at the Brazilian Institute at New York University, Dr. Florindo Villa-Álvarez, of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Brazil; film director, Robert Rossen; playwright, Edward Albee; theater director and critic, Harold Clurman; playwright from Chile, Luis Alberto Heiremans; publisher and novelist from Chile, José Manuel Vergara; Press Secretary to the First Lady, Pamela Turnure; White House correspondent for The Washington Star, Garnett D. Horner; White House media network electrician, Cleve Ryan. Also listed in the President’s schedule: novelist and journalist, Barnaby Conrad; anthropologist from Peru, Carlos Delgado; composer, Norman Dello Joio; dancer, Katherine Dunham; painter, historian, and art critic from Chile, Jorge Elliott; composer from Colombia and head of the Music Division of the Pan American Union, Guillermo Espinosa; columnist, author, and professor at Brandeis University, Max Lerner; journalist and novelist, Peter Matthiessen; historian and professor at Yale University, Richard McGee Morse; Editor of Commentary Magazine, Norman Podhoretz; novelist, William Styron; painter and professor from Peru, Fernando de Szyszlo; Alan Delynn, of Show magazine; Publisher of Show magazine, Frank B. Gibney; Editor of Show magazine, Robert M. Wool; David Drew Zingg, of Show magazine; John Thompson. Rose Garden, White House, Washington, D.C.