For messages or statements or proclamations that relate to recognized religious holidays. or cultural holidays like Kwanzaa
Remarks at the Lighting of the Nation's Christmas Tree.
Lyndon B. Johnson
Proclamation 3750—National Day of Prayer, 1966
Statement by the President: Rosh Hashanah and the High Holy Days.
The President's Christmas Message to the Men and Women in the Armed Forces.
Proclamation 3680—National Day of Prayer, 1965
Remarks Upon Signing Proclamation "National Day of Prayer, 1965"
Christmas Message to the Americans in Viet-Nam.
Proclamation 3617—National Day of Prayer, 1964
Proclamation 3559—National Day of Prayer, 1963
John F. Kennedy
Presidential Message for the Jewish New Year.
Remarks at a Civic and Academic Reception in St. Patrick's Hall, Dublin Castle.
Proclamation 3501—National Day of Prayer, 1962
Statement by the President: The Jewish High Holy Days.
Statement of the President on St. Patrick's Day
Proclamation 3436—National Day of Prayer, 1961
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Proclamation 3359—National Day of Prayer, 1960
Proclamation 3305—National Day of Prayer, 1959
Proclamation 3252—National Day of Prayer, 1958
Remarks to the Easter Egg Rollers on the White House Lawn.
Statement by the President on the Occasion of the Jewish High Holy Days.
Proclamation 3194—National Day of Prayer, 1957
Statement by the President on the Occasion of Rosh Hashana.
Proclamation 3150—National Day of Prayer, 1956
Proclamation 3120—National Day of Prayer, 1955
Statement by the President on the Occasion of the Jewish New Year
Remarks to the Easter Egg Rollers on the South Grounds of the White House.
Statement by the President on the Occasion of the Jewish New Year.
Proclamation 3064—National Day of Prayer, 1954
Remarks Upon Lighting the National Community Christmas Tree.
Proclamation 3023—National Day of Prayer, 1953
Harry S. Truman
Statement by the President: The Jewish New Year.