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John F. Kennedy Archive

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On September 25, 1963, President John F. Kennedy visited the University of North Dakota (UND) in Grand Forks, as a part of his five-day journey across the United States. While at UND he spoke on the importance of conservation in the United States. Audio recordings and photographs of President Kennedy’s visit have been preserved at the Chester Fritz Library Department of Special Collections. The UND JFK Digital Archive was created in 2008 to promote the conference, “John F. Kennedy History, Memory, Legacy,” which marked the anniversary of JFK’s visit. The digital archive consists of an electronic transcript of Kennedy’s speech, historic audio recordings and photographs from his visit. The White House Press Conferences included in the digital archive do not relate to the President’s visit to UND, but were routinely sent to the University’s radio station (KFJM) for airing. The electronic transcript and photos can be accessed through the UND JFK Digital Archive link under Special Collections. For more information on the digital archive contact the UND Department of Special Collection.

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