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Part of the Presidential Files of John F. Kennedy, consisting of the working files of McGeorge Bundy, Special Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs. It is the primary foreign policy file of the Kennedy White House (1961-1963). Digitized in part.
Part of the Presidential Papers of John F. Kennedy, consisting of the working files of President Kennedy as maintained by his personal secretary, Evelyn Lincoln, in the Oval Office of the White House (1961-1963). Digitized in full.
Contains material related to Sorensen's role on John F. Kennedy's Senate staff (1952-60) and as speechwriter and Special Counsel to the President (1961-64); includes correspondence, legislative files, subject files, speech files, draft book manuscripts, personal papers and White House files.
Covers Yarmolinsky's roles as Special Assistant to the Secretary of Defense (1961-1964); Director of the President's antipoverty program (1964); and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Affairs (1965-1966). See reference staff for full finding aid.
Includes childhood letters, diaries, correspondence, academic records, notebooks, financial papers, Navy records including medical files, medical records, manuscripts of Why England Slept and Profiles in Courage, some Boston office House of Representatives files, Presidential doodles, and scrapbooks. Digitized in full.
Consists of Gatov's personal papers for the period 1948-1977, documenting her work as Treasurer of the United States, as an active member of the California and national Democratic Parties, and as a volunteer with the Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Papers 1939-1969. Historian, government official, Special Assistant to the President for Latin American Affairs (1961-63); author, A Thousand Days (1965). Correspondence, reports, speeches, subject files, news clippings, research materials, book drafts, writings, diaries, White House files.
Consists of personal and professional correspondence, subject files, appointment calendars, campaign files, and audiovisual material created and maintained during Feldman's service as Deputy Special Counsel to the President (1961-1964).
Microfilm copies of press releases and records relating to the AFL-CIO union, legislation, relations with the Federal Government, and international affairs including John F. Kennedy’s related legislation and official correspondence.
Correspondence, memorandums, appointment books, schedules and speech files relating to New Hampshire politics, the 1960 Presidential campaign, the General Services Administration and the Office of Economic Opportunity