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Date Type Title
July 15, 1960 Address of Senator John F. Kennedy Accepting the Democratic Party Nomination for the Presidency of the United States - Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
January 20, 1961 Inaugural Address
January 30, 1961 Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union.
March 1, 1961 The President's News Conference
April 21, 1961 The President's News Conference
April 27, 1961 Address "The President and the Press" Before the American Newspaper Publishers Association, New York City.
May 25, 1961 Special Message to the Congress on Urgent National Needs
June 2, 1961 Remarks and Question and Answer Period at the Press Luncheon in Paris
June 6, 1961 Radio and Television Report to the American People on Returning From Europe.
July 21, 1961 Remarks Upon Signing Bill Providing for an Expanded Space Program.
July 25, 1961 Radio and Television Report to the American People on the Berlin Crisis.
September 25, 1961 Address in New York City Before the General Assembly of the United Nations.
December 6, 1961 Address in New York City to the National Association of Manufacturers.
December 7, 1961 Address in Miami at the Opening of the AFL-CIO Convention.
December 17, 1961 Address at a Dinner at the San Carlos Palace in Bogota.
February 7, 1962 The President's News Conference
February 14, 1962 The President's News Conference
February 20, 1962 Remarks Following the Orbital Flight of Col. John H. Glenn, Jr.
March 2, 1962 Radio and Television Address to the American People: "Nuclear Testing and Disarmament."
March 10, 1962 Address at Miami Beach at a fundraising Dinner in Honor of Senator Smathers.
April 11, 1962 The President's News Conference
April 14, 1962 Remarks Aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise After Observing Naval Maneuvers
May 20, 1962 Address at a New York Rally in Support of the President's Program of Medical Care for the Aged.
June 11, 1962 Commencement Address at Yale University.
July 23, 1962 The President's News Conference
August 13, 1962 Radio and Television Report to the American People on the State of the National Economy
September 12, 1962 Address at Rice University in Houston on the Nation's Space Effort
September 30, 1962 Radio and Television Report to the Nation on the Situation at the University of Mississippi.
October 22, 1962 Radio and Television Report to the American People on the Soviet Arms Buildup in Cuba
December 17, 1962 Remarks at the Pageant of Peace Ceremonies.
December 17, 1962 Television and Radio Interview: "After Two Years - a Conversation With the President."
January 14, 1963 Annual Message to the Congress on the State of the Union.
April 19, 1963 Remarks and Question and Answer Period Before the American Society of Newspaper Editors.
June 10, 1963 Commencement Address at American University in Washington
June 11, 1963 Radio and Television Report to the American People on Civil Rights
June 26, 1963 Remarks in the Rudolph Wilde Platz, Berlin
July 26, 1963 Radio and Television Address to the American People on the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
September 20, 1963 Address Before the 18th General Assembly of the United Nations.
October 31, 1963 The President's News Conference
November 14, 1963 The President's News Conference
November 21, 1963 Remarks in San Antonio at the Dedication of the Aerospace Medical Health Center.
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