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  • :50a 4. 12:00n 5. 1:00p 6. 6:45p 7. 7:45p The White House for Leadership breakfast meeting. With President and Mrs. Kennedy, greeted Democratic Women on White House lawn. Congressman Roberts to present Judge Hall, his successor in Texas Senate. Opened
  • . Mansfield' s office Atty General Robert Kennedy, re: John Connally Homer Thornberry, re: House caucus Larry O'Brien Sen Symington Bobby Kennedy John Connally Sen Clements Bobby Baker Dudley Daugherty Dudley Daughertty and Mrs. Daugherty Palmer Hoy t (Denver
  • . Johnson Ray Roberts Luncheon Arrived back in P-38 Charlie Boatner Meeting with Chester Bowles (State Department). Discussed Cuba Discussion in P-38with Congressman Gonzalez Dr. Isen of Buffalo, N. Y. to fit Mr. Johnson with new contact lens. PMrs. Owens
  • The White House Activity (include Date visited by)* Thursday June 28, 1962 Expenditure Code LD Participated in Mrs. Kennedy's Press Presentation of the Treaty Room of the White House havin g coffee with Mrs. Kennedy, Senator and Mrs. Mansfield, Senator
  • :10p f 9 3:30p Activity Date (include visited by)* September 8, 1962 Expenditure Code LD Arr P-38 George Reedy President Kennedy expressing appreciation to the Vice President for the splendid job done on the trip to the Mid-East. Dr. Kenneth
  • 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12:30n 11 2:30 Space Committee meeting, 224 SOB 12 13 14 15 16 17 4:00p 4:30p 5:00p 5:30p 5:45p 6:00p Expenditure Code Bill Whitley (Sen Jordan's office), Robert Cox, Ben Swanson Sen Kennedy Ogden Reid, nominee for ambassador
  • , MF arriving at 11:50 Haircut in. airport barbershop Lunch at Dobbs House w/ Mrs. Johnson, Liz and MF Joined in room by Gov. and Mrs. Connally, Speaker and Mrs. Tunnell, Mr. and Mrs. Waggoner Carr President Kennedy and Mrs. Kennedy arrive airport -- VP
  • Sec McNamara Bill White Phil Graham Ambassador Beale of Australia Robert Murphy of CAB dropped by Helicopter Association Dinner; Sheraton Park Hotel white tie dinner given by President of Tunisia for Pres and Mrs. Kennedy; Mayflower Hotel * Selected
  • 9:00a 9:15a t 10:00a 11:00a 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 12:15p 1:00p 3:00p 7:30p 8:00p 10:00p 12:30p 12:45p Leonard Marks in hotel suite Roy Roberts (Kansas City Star) to thank him for his treatment of LBJ in paper Press conferenc e with Pres. Truman
  • Pentagon Pad. Depart Pentagon Pad via helicopter - YB, MF, Dr. Robert Seamans, Agent Johns. Arrive Andrews AFB - Mats Terminal. Depart Andrews AFB - AF Jetstar - Dr. Robert Seamans, YB, MF, Paul Glynn, Agents Youngblood, Rundell, Ivan Sinclair. Arrive
  • * Selectednames shouldbeunderscored. Expenditure Code Col. Burris arrived 4040 52n d Street Depart 4040 with Col. Burris for White HOUSE Juanita Roberts in car en route Arrive White House NSC Executive Committee meeting - White Hous e - lasting until 11:10
  • - depart with Mrs. J and Grace Tully by car Made unscheduled stop @ Gas Station - returned WJ's call Left station Arr. @ Jno Roosevelt Cottage (original Val-Kill) for Lunch w/ Pres and Mrs. Kennedy President and Mrs. Eisenhower, President and Mrs. Truman
  • to group of Christian church Senate Johnson opened the Senate Secretary Anderson f Governor Robert Meyner, New Jersey re: nomination of Phil Foreman for federal judge left for House steps to see and hear Texas choir boys Mr. and Mrs. Murray Marshall (Dallas
  • Kennedy failed to find burial in his home meeting, , and town here, was still being probed Garcia testified that he had~ sen~ Friday by a special House com· a letter to J. IC Montgomery~ ~1 mittee. . Three Rivers mayor, and that ·! The '·investigation
  • , 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
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  • 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
  • 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
  • we have sent to Mr. T.W. Kennedy ot Three Rivers Texas, the funeral direc­ tor. Also we have acquainted Mr. Walter Winch.ell with the facts at hand. J. Navarro [2 of 4] r·CHtCAGQI bA nt. TRIBUNE'.: ! fage l~ .. Thurs., Jan. 13,1949 GI DENIED
  • 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
  • the matter further with Mr. Dunne on Saturday. Mr . Dunne was goint to Three Rivers on Saturde\1 morning and asked me to accompany him. On arrival at Three Rivers we first went to the Rice Funeral Home to talk with Mr. Rice and Mr. T. W. Kennedy, Manager
  • 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
  • foundation dedicated as a living memorial to those who served with the armed forces of th• United States in the Pacific" Directors Harold J. Coolidge, Jr. Walter F. Dillingham Philip M. Farley Childs Frick John J. McCloy Robert Cushman M1rphJ W. A. Read
  • most anxious for President Kennedy and his people to have benefit of this record and to know that your services are available to him and to his administration. As I am sure Walter explained, I don't know to what extent I will be consulted
  • of Felix Lonsorie ' s Kennedy , tho O\mC."' r uncrel arrangom:. nt s . Nir . of tho f un_ral ho11c et Throe Ri vo_ s was tha only person who had the opportuni'ty to disc.:•ininate , and I shall concorn myself sololy witn his words and actions
  • Strait. The Commu­ nists h11,•t 11lway~ reg:utlP.d Quemov_ 11nd Matsu u Cl)n­ ; : venlent for C~tothe ttili.n -• 1(1 8tepp ~ s IJll!!!!and, ·-. ---- Senator Kennedy's co n c e p I · .,ould draw the defense line ac­ cording to the terms of the 1955
  • Memo, John F. Kennedy to Lyndon B. Johnson, 4/20/1961, “Kennedy, John F.,” Famous Names, Box 4
  • Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
  • , 1960 (include visited by)* Expenditure Code LD Arrived P-38 Senator Johnson opened the Senate Sen Kennedy's office to see Bob Woodruff To Kennedy's office to see Gov. Hodges Sen Ellender's lunch G-44 Sen Kennedy Oveta Hobby -- "wanted to see
  • . 9:00p met at White House Pres-elect Kennedy, Pres Eisenhower to drive to Capitol Inauguration at Capitol of President Kennedy and Vice President Johnson lunch at Old Supreme Court Chamber watched parade from stands in front of White House stopped
  • VICE PRESIDENT LYNDON B. JOHNSON DAILY DIARY Day Friday Date February 23, 1962 The Vice President began his day at (place). Entry No. Time Telephone f or t Activity (include visited by)* Lo LD Dinner with President and Mrs. Kennedy, Prince
  • Paso Date Day Monday September 12, 1960 Activity (includ e visited by) * Expenditure Code Rally in City Square front of Hotel Cortez with Sen Kennedy To Lubbock airport -- see travel activity Airport Rally in Lubbock, Texas. Cong. Paul Kilday
  • . 11:00a 5. 12:45p 6. 12:55p 7. 2:45p 8. 2:50p t 9. 3:35p 10. 3:45p 11. 5:30p Bryce Harlow, re: White House meeting at 5:30 today Sen Jackson, re: going to VFW meeting Sen Kennedy Senator Johnson opened the Senate Sen Kennedy, Smathers, Clark, Russell
  • t 4:45p 5:45p t 7:00p 7:15p t 10 11 12 Date Walter, re: trip to Ohio, etc. Tom Kennedy (United Mine Workers) Hawaiian group -- Sen Long and Fong and group of Hawaiian citizens interested in East-West Institute Senator Johnson opened the Senate
  • , 1960 visited by)* LD Expenditure Code Deer huntin g with Sen Kennedy at West Ranch lunch at LBJ Ranch: Mrs. Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. West; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Chambers Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Moursund, Sen Kennedy Sen Kerr (Okla) Dinner Sen. Kennedy left
  • 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Telephone f or t Mansion, Austin Date September 13, 1960 Activity (includ e visited by) * D Expenditure Code Introduced Sen Kennedy to crowd on steps of Capitol To For t Worth -- see travel activity Introduced Sen Kennedy
  • opened the Senate Abe Multer, Arthur Jacobs, Sam Zuckerman -- of Jewish Day magazine Ed Clark, Homer Thornberry, Walter Gerry Mann (Austin) -- re: Kennedy trip to Texas Lunch for Charlie Brown -- East Room, Mayflower George Moffett D. B. Hardeman -- re
  • Salinger (saying the President would not be able to attend dinner tonight and asking if the VP would take Mrs. Kennedy) Ramsey Clark David Karr (of Whitney-Fairbanks in New York City) Fred Lange (Dallas) Lee White (White House assistant special counsel
  • minutes To Sen Kennedy's house at Hyannis with Mrs. Johnson by car Meetings at Kennedy's house with Sen Kennedy, Jim Rowe, and others Selected names should be underscored. SEE VERSO FOR TRAVEL ACTIVITY AND CODE Page No. TELEPHONE CODE: f t Lo LD
  • -38 Lynda -- asking if he wanted her to come eat lunch with him John Holton Lunch in Senate dining room with Lynda Sen Kennedy, Tony Buford, Mr. Gussie Busch Sen Kennedy Gen. Carl Phinney Jim Blundell and John Connally (Fort Worth) Sen Cannon, Van