part 2 of interview with Letitia Baldrige on her years working with President John F. Kennedy. Letitia Baldrige (b. 1925, Miami) is an American etiquette expert and public relations executive.
A graduate of Vassar College, she is a former State Department employee and was the White House Social Secretary to Jacqueline Kennedy.
Her father was Congressman Howard Malcolm Baldrige, and her brother was Howard Malcolm Baldrige, Jr., former Secretary of Commerce. She serves on the board of directors of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.
describes JFK's style and how he had a hard time learning the protocol he needed as President and how he resisted complying with it..he wanted to be with the people and was difficult for Baldrige to keep in line regarding the protocol
more on working for John F. Kennedy and how his staff and administration felt about him. His style and how he cared about the details of running the White House and Countrty
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