U.S. President John F Kennedy receives Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and his daughter Ms. Indira Gandhi at Newport airport, Rhode Island. American ambassador to India John Galbraith, students from Brown University and the press are also present. President and Mrs. Kennedy accompany the visiting Prime Minister and his daughter on the Presidential plane to Washington DC. They are received by Vice President and Mrs. Lyndon B Johnson, Secretary of State and Mrs. Dean Rusk, and other dignitaries. President Kennedy welcomes the Prime Minister on his third visit to the U.S. After the ceremony Prime Minister Nehru is escorted to White House, official residence of the American President. 6 November 1961.
President Kennedy walks down steps from a stand during his visit to Newport in Rhode Island. He is followed by a large party of people. President converses with three small girls standing with a woman. President, Mr CORSI (Customs Collector for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts) and family gather together for a photograph. Kennedy holds rolled scroll and appoints Mr CORSI to his post. Mr CORSI's daughter. Kennedy talks with Mr CORSI. Photographers take pictures.
U.S. President John F Kennedy on a stage during his visit to Newport in Rhode Island. Presidential seal attached to front of stage. President walks to podium and addresses the crowd. He appoints Mr John A McCone to replace Mr Allen W Dulles as the head of Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Photographers and cameraman are present in large numbers. President Kennedy leaves podium. Mr Dulles steps up to podium and delivers a speech. Kennedy poses with Mr Dulles and Mr McCone, leaves stage and walks behind the curtains.
President John F Kennedy and party at President's summerhouse on Hammersmith Farm in Newport, Rhode Island.
Spectators wait outside St Mary's Church at Newport, for arrival of President John F Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline Kennedy to attend services. The Presidential car arrives and parks at the curb, while another sedan parks in the street by the church. Secret Service Special Agent in Charge, Gerald ("Jerry") Behn, steps from the President's car and opens the rear door for JFK and the First Lady, and follows as they walk toward the church.. Large crowd gathered outside the church. Four small girls look on at president. President, Mrs Kennedy and party leave church after service. Crowd blocks the entrance. Presidential motorcade moves through crowd. People wave and applaud.
U.S. Marine Honor Guard in dress uniform stands at attention on the ramp at Naval Air Station Quonset Point, Rhode Island, anticipating the arrival of President John F. Kennedy, and his party. They decide to reposition themselves, and march, at 'trail arms,' toward the camera. Many sailors and other naval personnel and families have turned out to see the President. They are lined up behind a rope across the ramp. Some children are seated on the ground. Camera focuses on some with closeups.Several members of a greeting party stand near steps positioned for placement against Air Force One, when it arrives. Governor John A. Notte, Jr. of Rhode Island strolls across the ramp to where State Rhode Island State Trooper, Robert F. Washburn Jr.(wearing number 18 on his uniform) and others, are standing around a table holding a large silver punch bowl. Trooper Washburn holds a matching silver goblet. A phalanx of photographers stands ready for the arrival. Air Force One lands (It is Douglas VC-118A, serial number 53-3240). White smoke is seen off to the side, as the President's arrival is greeted with cannon salute.