March 31, 1964: The Architectual Advisory Committe for the John F. Kennedy Library felt the proposed two acre site for the Kennedy library next to the Harvard Business school along Storrow drive was too small. They considered asking Harvard to turn over the adjacent site bounded by Storrow, Western Ave and the business school parking lot. The late President's first choice was the M.T.A. yards opposite Eliot House at Memorial drive and Boylston St. His second was on Soldier's Field Rd. along the bend on Storrow Drive near Harvard Stadium. Both were too tied up in legal or political entanglements to permit an early start.