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President John F. Kennedy press conference concerning his Presidential Library

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Uploaded on Jan 28, 2009

President Kennedy's forty-sixth news conference was held in the State Department Auditorium at 4 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon, December 12, 1962.

QUESTION: Mr. President, your speaking of historians induces me to ask you this: Most former Presidents have put their official papers in libraries in their home states where they are not readily available to scholars and historians who come here to work with the Library of Congress and other agencies here. Have you decided where to put yours and would you consider putting it in Washington?

THE PRESIDENT: Yes, I am going to put it in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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