United States Veterans Administration benefits claims folder and pay files of John F. Kennedy. Contains claim forms, including the settlement of death claims, and correspondence. Microfilm copies of the Administrator's reading file and White House file, records of the Office of the General Counsel, Office of the Director of Information Service, Office of the Assistant Administrator for Management and Evaluation, Assistant Administrator for Personnel, Office of Chief Benefits Director, and Office of the Chief Medical Director. Hard copy includes Administrator's reading file, memorandums, hearings, and speeches by John S. Gleason.
Silent motion picture containing candid footage of the Easter vacation festivities of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr., and some of the children’s cousins at the Kennedy residence in Palm Beach, Florida.
Source: White House/Cecil Stoughton.
Silent motion picture containing candid footage of John F. Kennedy, his family, and friends, probably from Easter 1940 and later, filmed in and around Palm Beach, Florida, Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and unidentified locations. Included is footage of John F. Kennedy, Rose Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., Kathleen Kennedy, Cammann Newberry, Lem (Kirk LeMoyne) Billings, and others who are unidentified. Copyright for this item is held by John Newberry. Due to copyright restrictions, this item has not been published in digital form.
Photographed by: Cammann Newberry.
Television Network Columbia Broadcasting System Collection
CBS (Columbia Broadcasting System) motion picture excerpt covering President John F. Kennedy's full address at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. See "Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, John F. Kennedy, 1962: Item 278." Governor Wesley Powell of New Hampshire introduces President Kennedy. In his speech the President praises the American democratic system which encourages differences and allows for dissent, discusses the enduring relevance of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, and addresses the role of the United States in relation to the emerging European Community. CBS No. 10048. Copyright restrictions apply.
Motion picture of President John F. Kennedy’s participation in Veteran’s Day ceremonies in 1963 at the Tomb of the Unknowns, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia. Also included are mood shots of the cemetery and a shot of President Kennedy’s grave site during the days following his funeral.
Produced by: The Veterans Administration, Visual Aids Division for Information Service.