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JFK’s assassination led to anxiety at UH


    Above, hundreds were at Halawa Gate to cheer the president when he arrived to board the 65-foot cruiser for the boat trip to the Arizona Memorial.


    President John F. Kennedy, center, came to Hawaii in June 1963 to address a Conference of Mayors. He also visited the Arizona Memorial. Standing with him are Adm. Harry D. Felt, left, U.S. Sen. Daniel K. Inouye, Gov. John A. Burns, U.S. Rep. Spark M. Matsunaga and Adm. John H. Sides.

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