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Fifty Years Ago Today

JFKToday marks the fiftieth anniversary of the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy. One way to commemorate this day is to go to the Website of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. From this site you can access their two newest additions: a Website celebrating the JFK presidency and a groundbreaking digital archive. This is the largest collection of digitized materials from a presidential library whose collections were not born digitally. It contains approximately 200,000 pages; 300 reels of audio tape; more than 1,245 individual recordings of telephone calls, speeches, and meetings; 72 reels of film; and 1,500 photos.


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