White House Staff Files. 1961-1963.

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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963. White House Staff Files. 1961-1963.

White House Staff Files. 1961-1963.

Materials needed by White Hose staff members in their day-to-day operations were normally kept in their immediate offices and not sent to be filed in the White House Subject Files. These staff files consist of correspondence, memoranda, and reports relating to the issues and problems on which the staff member was working.

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