JFK meets with the British Admiral of the Fleet, the Earl Mountbatten, in the Oval Office to discuss plans for a NATO multilateral force and supplying the British with Polaris submarines.
In an Oval Office ceremony, President Kennedy signed the Agency for International Development’s contract with the National Rural Electrification Cooperation Association, an initiative to provide assistance in establishing world electric systems in Latin American countries.
President Kennedy awarded a special medal to comedian Bob Hope in recognition of his services to the nation and the cause of world peace in a White House ceremony on September 11, 1963.
JFK met with the King of Laos, His Majesty Sri Savang Vatthana, at the White House on 25 and 27 February 1963.
This photo in the archives of the Richard Nixon Library claims to show the closet that LBJ’s secret White House tapes recording system was installed in.
Thanksgiving 1963 came early at the White House, with President Kennedy ceremonially pardoning a Turkey at a ceremony in the Rose Garden on November 19, 1963.
West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer arrived at the White House for a two-day state visit on November 14, 1962.
President Kennedy met with approximately 80 students and faculty members of the Brazilian War College at the White House on October 30, 1962.