Photographs, 1957-1963. 8” x 10” black-and-white prints. Images made by LOOK Magazine, Cowles Communications, Inc., featuring John F. Kennedy at various events during his tenure as Senator through his presidency. Members of the Kennedy family, Kennedy administration and foreign dignitaries also appear.
Photographs, 1919-1963 (bulk 1937-1963). Photographs of John F. Kennedy, his family, his friends and colleagues, and his political activities. Contains photographs of Kennedy's early years, family homes, his naval service during World War II, and his political activities in the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. The largest portions of this collection cover Kennedy's Senate Years (1953-1960), and the 1960 Presidential Campaign.
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.
Motion picture apparently put together from outtakes. The emphasis is on Caroline Kennedy and John F. Kennedy, Jr., but footage of President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy is also included. The footage is from events occurring from August 1960 to November 1963, including the performance of the Black Watch Band on the South Lawn of the White House, Washington, D.C., scenes from Palm Beach, Florida, scenes at the United States Air Force hospital at Otis Air Force Base in Massachusetts, the 1963 Veteran's Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia, and scenes from unidentified locations. Portions contain a voice-over and other portions are silent. Copyright for this item is held by Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS). Due to copyright restrictions, this item has not been published in digital form.
Produced by: CBS News, made "for the President's family."
Source: Paul Fisher, White House Item # 8 of Box 15.
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.
In this interview they discuss their article in Look magazine; personal recollections of President John F. Kennedy's [JFK] assassination; working on JFK’s 1960 presidential campaign; JFK’s campaigning style; JFK’s relationship with the press, White House staff, and his family; and JFK’s trips to Nassau, Europe, and Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson’s ranch, among other issues.
In this interview Harriman discusses early interactions with John F. Kennedy [JFK], from 1945 to 1956; the 1956 and 1960 Democratic National Conventions; helping get JFK the votes from New York state for the presidential nomination; traveling to Africa in 1960 and the problems with the Department of State’s work there; meeting with JFK and discussing various presidential appointments between JFK’s election and inauguration; and the religious demographics in New York state and how they impacted JFK’s 1960 victory, among other issues.
In this interview Hart discusses his tenure as the U.S. Ambassador to Saudi Arabia including King Saud’s visits to the United States for medical treatment beginning in 1961; the issue of the Dhahran Airfield and the American military’s use of it; the creation of the Saudi cabinet and political leadership and the transition to Faisal [Faisal, King of Saudi Arabia] in power; the revolution in Yemen and the problems and tensions it caused within Saudi Arabia and between Saudi leaders and other governments; the debate over U.S. recognition of the new Yemen Republic; various meetings of Near East State Department staff from 1961 through 1963; communication between President John F. Kennedy and Faisal; oil matters in the Near East and different oil companies and related groups; Soviet interest in Middle East oil and in Saudi Arabia; and the work of American advisers in Saudi Arabia, among other issues.
In this interview Holness discusses her job at the White House; interactions with and impressions of John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis; the Kennedy family moving into the White House; traveling with presidential families; interacting with the Kennedy children; and learning of President Kennedy’s death, among other issues.
Vogelsinger discusses her responsibilities as a member of John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] campaign and administration staff, her experience recording JFK’s dictations, and her travels with JFK, among other issues.
Wallace discusses John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] career from 1951, when JFK was a member of Congress, to 1960, when JFK was running for president. He describes the work he did as a part of both Senator Paul H. Douglas’ staff as well as JFK’s campaign staff, and he discusses Theodore Sorensen’s political career and influence, among other issues.
In this interview Wicker discusses early impressions of John F. Kennedy [JFK], 1952–1961; Lyndon B. Johnson campaigning for JFK in the South, 1960; Richard M. Nixon and Henry Cabot Lodge’s 1960 presidential campaign; JFK and Johnson in the August 1960 special session of Congress; Wicker’s first interview with President JFK for the New York Times, 1961; building a rapport with JFK’s staff; various Times articles, by Wicker and others, about the Kennedy Administration and White House reactions to them; Wicker’s arguments with Pierre E.G. Salinger over certain articles; year-end briefings in Palm Beach; and President JFK’s press conferences, among other issues.