Saturday, January 23, 1954
January 23, 1954 (Saturday)
JFK spent the day in Boston attending to his political and constituent duties.
At 11 am he cut the ribbon to open the Middlesex Family Cooperative Ban in Waltham. At noon he attended a Truman Library luncheon at the Sheraton-Plaza.
He then traveled back to the apartment he rented at 122 Bowdoin St. to meet from 4:30 to 5:30 pm with Lewis Weinstein and Pasquale Grillo.
In the evening he then went back to the Sheraton-Plaza hotel and attended the Jefferson Jackson Day dinner. Afterwards, he stopped by the testimonial banquet for Arther Connell at the Hotel Bradford.