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John F. Kennedy Oral History Collection
In this interview Robert F. Kennedy [RFK] discusses American aid to Argentina; American, British, and French involvement in Africa; the 1962 executive order about segregation in federally-funded housing; appointing African-American judges; changes John F. Kennedy [JFK] was contemplating in the Alliance for Progress; the Dominican crisis; the wheat sale to the Soviet Union; the Bobby Baker case; preparing for JFK’s 1964 campaign; RFK’s return to work after JFK’s assassination and disagreements among the Cabinet members and under President Lyndon B. Johnson; changes in White House staff and the Democratic Party; RFK’s political plans for after 1964; and JFK’s opinions of his staff and appointees, among other issues.
Photographs, 1888-1969. Images collected by author and journalist Ernest Miller Hemingway, including those made by his family, friends, and professional photographers, primarily in the form of original photograph prints. Includes some original negatives and color transparencies. Also includes albums of photographs and ephemera created and compiled by Ernest's mother, Grace Hall Hemingway, and images made by or collected by Mary Welsh Hemingway. The finding aid provides a detailed index of the collection.