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 JFK INAUGURATION SPEECH
John F. Kennedy delivers his inaugural speech: "The world is very different now. For man holds in his mortal hands the power to abolish all forms of human poverty and all forms of human rights."

Date: January 20, 1961 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:01:39:00, With Audio

SD: $49 - Web (320): $39
 


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 JFK INAUGURAL MOTORCADE
In his inaugural parade, John F. Kennedy and his wife ride in an open vehicle amidst hordes of on-lookers lining the street.

Date: January 20, 1961 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:01:03:00, With Audio

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 JFK ON PEACE CORPS
The forerunners of Peace Corps volunteers help construct a dwelling in an impoverished country. In a national address, JFK says: "The Peace Corps is really the idea of the American people."

Date: March 2, 1961 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:02:44:00, With Audio

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 JFK LANDS IN GREAT BRITAIN
John F. Kennedy lands in Great Britain, where he is met by Prime Minister Harold Macmillan.

Date: 1961 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:00:09:00, With Audio

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 JFK SWORN IN AS PRESIDENT
John F. Kennedy is sworn in as the 35th President of the United States.

Date: January 20, 1961 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:00:55:00, With Audio

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 CLINTON & OBAMA PRAISE EACH OTHER
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tells a church congregation that "I know where my chance came from and I am grateful to all of you who gave it to me." Clinton and Obama praise each other's candidacy. Clinton says: "I think it is so exciting that we have a candidate for president like Barack Obama."

Date: March 4, 2007 - COLOR
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:00:40:00, With Audio

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 JFK ON ECONOMY
In a televised addressed, JFK says: "The worst deficit comes from a recession, and if we can take the proper action in the proper time, this can be the most important step we could take to prevent another recession."

Date: August 13, 1962 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:01:58:00, With Audio

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 MONA LISA LEAVES LOUVRE FOR NATIONAL GALLERY
The Mona Lisa leaves the Louvre and sets sail for New York, where the painting is loaded into an air-conditioned truck and transported to the National Gallery. At the unveiling, JFK says: "This painting is the second lady that the people of France has sent to the United States. And though she will not stay with us as long as the Statue of Liberty, our appreciation is equally great."

Date: January 8, 1962 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:03:30:00, With Audio

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 OBAMA HONORS CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVISTS
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama tells a church congregation in Alabama that "not only is my career the result of the work of the men and women who we honor here today. My very existence might not have been possible."

Date: March 4, 2007 - COLOR
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:00:36:00, With Audio

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 JFK STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS
JFK delivers his State of the Union Address: "Little more than 100 weeks ago I assumed the office of President of the United States. In seeking the help of the Congress and our countrymen, I pledged no easy answers."

Date: January 13, 1963 - BLACK/WHITE
Source: Video: BetaSP
Length: 00:02:35:00, With Audio

SD: $199 - Web (320): $149
 


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