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Sutton Family (Item)
- LBJ Connection: Donors of thank you cards from the families of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King
- LBJ Connection: Administrative Assistant to Senator William Proxmire, 1957-1959; Director, National Headquarters, Farmers for Kennedy-Johnson Committee, 1960; Administrator, Rural Community Development Service, Department of Agriculture, 1965-1967
- Bio: Robert George Lewis (b. 1919) was an agricultural journalist and economic consultant. In 1960 he was director of national headquarters for Farmers for Kennedy and Johnson Committee. He served as Administrator for the Rural Community Development
- Lewis, Robert G. (Robert George), 1919-
- LBJ Connection: Member, President Kennedy's campaign staff, 1960
- Bio: David Low Hackett (b. November 12, 1926, Dedham, Massachusetts-d. April 23, 2011, Rockville, Maryland), urban affairs consultant. He attended Milton Academy, where he met Robert F. Kennedy. Hackett joined John F. Kennedy's 1960 presidential
Luba, Joanne A., 1930 (Item)
- LBJ Connection: Donor of newspaper clippings related to LBJ, Robert F. Kennedy, and John F. Kennedy
- LBJ Connection: Appointments Secretary to President Kennedy; Special Assistant to President Johnson, 1963-1965; Executive Director, National Democratic Committee, 1964-1965.
- for Robert F. Kennedy's presidential campaign. In 1970, O'Donnell made another unsuccessful bid for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Massachusetts.
- LBJ Connection: Director of Peace Corps, Lima, Peru, 1962-1964; Latin American Regional Director for Peace Corps, 1964-1966; Press Assistant to Robert Kennedy, 1966-1968
- as Press Secretary to Robert Kennedy from 1966 to 1968, and as manager of George McGovern's Presidential campaign in 1972. He is the author of Perfectly Clear (1973), U.S. vs. Nixon (1975), and Remote Control (1978).
- LBJ Connection: Special Counsel to President Kennedy, Special Assistant to President Johnson. Responsibilities included speech writing, domestic and urban affairs.
- Robert Kennedy, Eugene McCarthy and Edmund Muskie. After leaving government, Goodwin served as a fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Connecticut from 1965 to 1967 and as a visiting professor of public affairs
- Bio: Charles Wesley Roberts (1916-1992) was a graduate of University of Minnesota. He worked for the City News Bureau in Chicago, the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Sun, and the Chicago Sun-Times. In 1951, he joined Newsweek and became the White House
- Roberts, Charles Wesley, 1916-1992
- Bio: Robert Strange McNamara (b. June 9, 1916, in San Francisco, California-d. July 2009, Washington, D.C.) was a business executive and Secretary of Defense during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. During World War II he worked
- McNamara, Robert Strange, 1916-2009
- Bio: Robert Ash Wallace, Jr. was born on May 26, 1921, in Cordell, Oklahoma. He received a BA in political science at the University of Washington, and a PhD in public administration from the University of Chicago. Wallace became legislative
- Wallace, Robert A. (Robert Ash), 1921