Letter to Chairman Khrushchev on the Situation in Cyprus.
Lyndon B. Johnson
Telegram to the President, AFL-CIO, Concerning the Union Refusal To Load Wheat for Russia.
Letter to the Chairman, House Ways and Means Committee, Endorsing the Interest Equalization Tax on foreign Securities.
Letter to Sargent Shriver on His Appointment To Direct the Program To Eliminate Poverty.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House Transmitting Proposed Amendments to the fair Labor Standards Act
Letter to Adlai E. Stevenson Agreeing To Serve as an Honorary Trustee of the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial foundation.
Letter to Judge Prettyman in Response to Report of the President's Advisory Commission on Narcotic and Drug Abuse.
Letter to Senate and House Committee Chairmen on Various Legislative Proposals Relating to Transportation.
Letter to the Chairman of the Civil Service Commission on Employee-Management Relations.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Edward R. Murrow as Director, USIA.
Letter to Chairman Khrushchev on the Eve of the Reopening of the Geneva Disarmament Conference.
Letter to Dr. Jerome B. Wiesner as to the Need for Public Institutions of Higher Learning in the District of Columbia.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House on Appropriations for the Peace Corps.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Theodore C. Sorensen as Special Counsel to the President.
Telegram to Governor Sanford on His Attack on Poverty in North Carolina.
Letter to the Chairman, Civil Service Commission, on Coordination of Federal Activities in the Field.
Letter to Senator Byrd Urging Further Reduction in the Tax Withholding Rate.
Telegram to the Chairman, United Negro College Development Campaign.
Exchange of Letters With President Goulart of Brazil.
Letter to Thomas C. Mann Upon His Assuming New Responsibilities for Latin American Affairs.
Letter to Senate and House Committee Chairmen on Renaming the National Cultural Center in Honor of President Kennedy.
Letter to Bob Hope.
Letter to Defense Contractors on the Need for Cost Reduction.
Letter to the President, D.C. Board of Commissioners, Concerning Highway Projects.
John F. Kennedy
Letter to Secretary Wirtz in Response to a Report of the President's Missile Sites Labor Commission.
Letter to Secretary Wirtz on the Florida East Coast Railway Dispute.
Letter to Chancellor Adenauer on the Occasion of His Retirement.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House on the Sale of Wheat to the Soviet Union.
Letter to Dr. Stafford L. Warren at the Opening of the White House Conference on Mental Retardation.
Letter to the Commissioner of Education on the School Dropout Problem.
Letter to Senate Leaders Restating the Administration's Views on the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.
Letter to the Chairman, House Ways and Means Committee, on Tax Reduction.
Letter Accepting Resignation of Postmaster General J. Edward Day.
Telegram to State Governors Announcing a Conference on Mental Retardation.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House on Revision of the Immigration Laws.
Letter to the President of the Senate in Regard to Three International Human Rights Conventions.
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House Transmitting Bill To Strengthen the Peace Corps.
Letters to the Secretary of Defense and to the Chairman, Committee on Equal Opportunity in the Armed Forces, in Response to the Committee's Report
Letter to the President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House Transmitting Report "Research and Development on Natural Resources."
Letter Accepting Resignation of August Heckscher as Special Consultant for the Arts.