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  • . Johnson, including correspondence between President Johnson and Attorneys General Robert F. Kennedy (Attorney General: 1961-64), Nicholas deB. Katzenbach (Attorney General: 1965-66) and Ramsey Clark (Attorney General: 1967-69); correspondence between White
  • , telegrams, press releases, and reports that cover a broad range of topics. Some major topics within the files include material on international economic issues, such as balance of payments, the Kennedy Round and trade negotiations, efforts to increase East
  • , will be of interest to you. Mrs. Klein and I were in Vienna when President Kennedy was there and I was indeed pleased, as an old Taft Republican, to send the President my greetings. The reception was tremendous and I only hope that his conference, in the long run
  • of Princeton, Inc. 50 Washington Road Princeton, New J'ersey LBJ:HLB:mds Tagged to Secretary of State for direct reply November 14. 1961 Dear Mr. Caskey: It seems to me that Presldent Kennedy had made good ln his promise to stand firm at Berlin
  • . BREWSTER SENATOR FROM MARYLAND ARMISTEAD I. SELDEN, JR. REPRESENTATIVE FROM ALABAMA The President The White House Washington, D. C. WILLIAMS, MAILLIARD REPRESENTAT I VE FROM CALIFORNIA ROBERT L, F. SIKES REPRESENTATIVE FROM FLORIDA FRANK HEWLETT VIRGINIA
  • to live up to the attributes that you ascribe to me. However. I feel that there has been some mis-judgment of President Kennedy in the current situation. A President, because of the unusual position that he occupies, must face up to the unpleasant facts
  • for Johnson and Clay;" "We Trust You;" "We Remember the Airlift;u 11 We Trust Kennedy;'' "Nothing is too great a sacrifice for Liberty." 11 7. The Vice President's visit got the play in all Berlin papers Sunday with the emphasis on the welcome that the West
  • and Vice-President: As you know I worked for the Kennedy-Johnson Ticket with all I had~- of money and time. I still write some for the press locally in Texas. So many of our friends say, "Whats the use, you wre wasting your time~ But th.ere is one fact
  • , World Bank president Robert S. McNamara, Defense Secretary Clark Clifford an d Cyrus Vance. American negotiator at the Vietnam talks in Paris. . Others are Bill Moyers, President John­ son's former press secretary and now pub­ iisher of Newsday; Peter
  • , Reynolds, Roberts, Robison (Montgomery), Robison (Pickens), Shelton, Smith, Taylor, Tyson, Wilson, and the Lieutenant Governor. WHEREAS, after a period of ten weeks of continued agitation and demonstrations, led and directed by outsiders, a march
  • ] ­ WITH YOU AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE CHARLES C DIGGS, JR. JONATHAN B. BINGHAM CNY> AUGUSTUS HAWKINS CCALIF> ROBERT N C NIX CPA> JEFFERY COHELAN CCALIF> ADAM C POWELL CNY> JOHN CONYERS JR CMICH> JOSEPH RESNICK CNY> JOHN G DOW CNY> WILLIAM F
  • enclosed one of his phott>graphs signe·d earlier during a free moment. I hope it will please you. With the President's cordial good wishes, Sincerely yours, Juanita D. Roberts Personal Secretary to the P1·esident ____ , Mr . James D.~Steveris, Jr. A ss
  • \ JZ~ ..:5Tc20 FG/SJ­ u ' x I ;::-c-//- ;2..1 / l/L>/¢-..:3 May 11, 1966 Tbs I (c:vb s1.:.11';~zj:;-..r) Ernest c. iw.skauskas, Esquire Robert J.~Sta.nf'ord, Esquire 910 Seventeenth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. This is in response to your
  • . Johnson, including correspondence between President Johnson and Attorneys General Robert F. Kennedy (Attorney General: 1961-64), Nicholas deB. Katzenbach (Attorney General: 1965-66) and Ramsey Clark (Attorney General: 1967-69); correspondence between White
  • attacked the pr_ivate c?lw1th Sen .. Robert ~ · Kennedy and his lege for its support of the Foreign Pohcy entourage m ~obby s U .N. ~laz~ apartResearch Institute, the famous Cold War ment overlooking the East River m !'lew academy of scholars under
  • . With best wishes and warmest personal regards, I am Sincerely yours, .. MES/em [7 of 8] ­ MARLIN E.SANDLIN 1700 SOUTHWEST TOWER HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 October 22, 1967 Mrs. Juanita Roberts Personal Secretary to the President The White House Washington
  • n t Kennedy concerning the content of the s e re s olutions. We a re hopeful that the y will receive favor ab le consideration b y the Congre s sc The Ho n orable Lyndon B· Johnson The Vice Pre s ident of the United St a tes Washin g ton 25, D. C
  • Zeit Tag Zeit an durch 1 .> 'fl durch ~t'~ Be~lin~Zehlend~rf Z.U UEBERM ·ITTELN HABE ICH AUFRICHTIG BEGRUESST STOP ICH SEHE IN DIESEM IHREM AUFTRAG DEN .ERNSTEN WILLEN DES HERRN PRAESIDENTEN KENNEDY IM INTERESSER DER ERHALTUNG DES FRIEDENS
  • . "'"LE MllSTA , II. I. l'llAllL M. SAYllll, OKLA . 011 , MAllY SINCLAIR CllAW,.0110, CALIP'. MAllY C . KENNEDY, I ND. MAllY .I. •RANDON, OHIO C . TELEPHONE: LINCOLN • · 1210 ... , Chllirtn411, EMMA GUFFEY MILLEI, PENNSYLVANIA .! February 5, 1 . y
  • of arousing life; they are now acting out fear and despair," of treat­ iri real homes and real ing "hope as the four-letter streets the splintered fanta- Ted l(ennedy Stops Parade SEN. Ted Kennedy (D· Mass.) made an unex­ pected appearance at the Purim