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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963

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President of the United States, 1961-1963.
Senator John F Kennedy visits DU and gives speech at the City Auditorium on Economic policy on February 24, 1958.
Sources Carnes, Del. “Shift in Aid Urged: Sen. Kennedy Talks to 8,200 in Denver,” The Denver Post, February 25th, 1958.
Announced in the Denver Clarion that Senator John F. Kennedy will be the sixth speaker in the DU Social Science Foundation's current lecture series on world affairs (1958). His topic of discussion is "The Challenge We Face" at 8:30pm on Monday February 24, 1958 in the Denver City Auditorium.
After a ticket rush (over 6,000 requests), the speech given by Kennedy originally scheduled for City Auditorium Theater has been moved to City Auditorium Arena on February 24, 1958.
Article in the February 28, 1958 Denver Clarion, states that Kennedy Urges Educational Changes.
Blasts Republicans for Complacent National Stand in Denver Civic Center Address on September 23, 1960.

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President John F. Kennedy awards the Distinquished Service Medal to U.S. Air Force General Emmett O'Donnell, Jr. at the White House on September 6, 1963, 1963 September 3

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Identifier: M085.09.0187.0022.00003
Abstract President John F. Kennedy speaks on the steps of the Rose Garden at the White House after presenting United States Air Force General (Retired) Emmett (Rosie) O'Donnell, Jr. with the Defense Distinguished Service Medal. General O'Donnell, on the President's left, received the award for his exceptional service in the Pacific during World War II. A color guard representing the different branches of the Armed Forces hold flags. Members of Congress and an official from the United States Air Force...
Dates: 1963 September 3