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30 Awarded Medal of Freedom by President
Honor Is Highest to Be Given to Civilians
Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Sep 15, 1964
Start Page: A1
Pages: 1
Section: 1A
Abstract (Document Summary)

President Johnson presented the Presidential medal of freedom today to 30 men and women for outstanding accomplishments in public affairs, science, education, business, letters, and the creative and performing arts.

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