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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.
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.
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.
Still photographs by White House and National Park Service staff photographers documenting the President's activities, trips, and other events; informal photographs of the President and his family; photographs of Administration and Congressional members; photographs of White House staff and visitors; and photographs of White House rooms and grounds. Digitized in part.
Photographs, 1953-1965. 8" x 10" black-and-white prints of images created by the United Nations featuring John F. Kennedy at the United Nations in 1961 and 1963, as well as publicity images of international United Nations projects.
Covering Wofford's roles as assistant to then-Senator John F. Kennedy and Special Assistant to the President for Civil Rights from 1961-1962, the collection holds correspondence, speeches, and occasional background material on civil rights cases. Digitized in full.
Consist of materials pertaining to Armstrong’s tenure as an African affairs consultant and speechwriter for Senator John F. Kennedy, particularly related to the African Education Development Fund, housing discrimination against African diplomats, and African economies.
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.
Papers 1957-1971. Government official. Member, National Security Council staff (1959-65); staff member, Bureau of International Affairs, Department of State (1965-66). Chronological file, name file, subject file; includes materials on the White House Conference on International Cooperation and a proposed National Academy of Foreign Affairs.
Penologist, government official. Director, Bureau of Prisons, Department of Justice (1937-64). Materials relating to his career, the Bureau, and many prison or crime related issues including gun control, sentencing, and post World War II German prisons.
Documents Cikins's lengthy career in public service, with an emphasis on civil rights, intergovernmental relations, equal employment regulations, health care policy, criminal justice, and prison industries.
Journalist. Editor, foreign correspondent, Washington Post (1946-1971). Copies of memorandums of conversation and briefings with American foreign policy advisers, Department of Defense officials, foreign diplomats, and statesmen, including President Kennedy, Harold Macmillan and others.
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.
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.
Documents Gordon's roles as a member of the Council of Economic Advisers (1961-1962); Director, Bureau of the Budget (1962-1965); chairman, Health Insurance Benefits Advisory Committee (1965-1967); and member of the Advisory Council on Social Security (1968-1971).
Documents Halle's work as an author, socialite, and journalist, as well as her friendship Kennedy and Churchill family members. Also covers her role in planning the Inauguration of John F. Kennedy, including correspondence with invited artists such as Ernest Hemingway.
Social psychologist, economist, consultant to the Peace Corps (1960-1962). Contains correspondence, news clippings, and working files relating to Peace Corps organization and training and reflects Hayes's responsibility for preparing a pamphlet considering the feasibility of an international Peace Corps for the 1960 Kennedy Presidential campaign.
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.
Documents Thomson's career as Special Assistant to the Under Secretary of State (1961); Special Assistant to the President's Special Representative for Africa, Asia, and Latin America (1961-1963); Special Assistant to the Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs (1963-1964); and member of the National Security Council staff (1964-1966), with particular focus on Asian affairs.