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Material associated with the televised Department of Defense briefing of 06 February, 1963, regarding the military build-up in and subsequent removal of weapons from Cuba in the fall of 1962. Includes photographs of aircraft, naval vessels, weapons, aerial reconnaissance images, charts, graphs, and other illustrations. Also includes an audio recording and written transcript of the briefing.
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.
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.
Papers 1959-1964 (#213). Journalist, government official. Press secretary to Senator John F. Kennedy (1959-1960); Press Secretary to the President (1961-1964). Includes Salinger's press briefings, interim reports, bound house and senate committee reports, and miscellaneous campaign information.
Personal and professional papers consisting of letters, memos, research notes and drafts, writings, publications, photographs, and ephemera. Topics include World War II, Harvard University, the John F. Kennedy Library, Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam War, civil rights, United States foreign policy, and atomic weapons development/control.
Documents Hilsman's career as Director of the Bureau of Intelligence and Research (INR) and as Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs, with particular emphasis on Vietnam, Laos and the administration of the INR.
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.
Diplomat, government official, educator. Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs (1961-1965); United States ambassador to NATO (1965-1969); author. Correspondence, appointment books, articles, drafts, meeting minutes, memoranda, press releases, reports, speeches, and telegrams.
Journalist, author, educator. War crimes research analyst (1946-1948); professor of international relations, Howard University (1956-1967); author Street Without Joy (1961), The Two Viet-nams (1963), Hell in a Very Small Place: The Siege of Dien Bien Phu (1966). Research materials, books, clippings, magazines, maps, writings, relating to Southeast Asia, China, Germany, and Vietnam.
Lawyer. Assistant Special Counsel to the President (1961); Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs (1961-62); Director, International Peace Corps Secretariat (1962-64). Memorandums, reports, and correspondence.
Appointment diaries, correspondence and working files of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; reports, clippings, and publications on Latin America; transcripts of meetings with President Kennedy during the Cuban missile crisis.
Consists of interviews and notes for the donors' book, The Kennedy Crisis: The Press, The Presidency and Foreign Policy, which studies the press coverage of policies toward Laos, Berlin, Cuba, and Vietnam.
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).