John F. Kennedy Original Autograph Signature Typed Letter Signed (tls)w/ 3 Coa's


John F. Kennedy Original Autograph Signature Typed Letter Signed (tls)w/ 3 Coa's

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John F. Kennedy Original Autograph Signature Typed Letter Signed (tls)w/ 3 Coa's:
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This is an originally signed, typed letter (TLS) from Senator JOHN FITZGERALD ("JACK") KENNEDY, the 35th President of the United States. It is written to John P. McMorrow, a Boston friend who helped him get re-elected to the US Senate. McMorrow was Deputy Mayor of Boston at the time. The displayed 9" x 7 1/2" black and white photo of Kennedy and McMorrow is outside the Hyannis Port, Mass. home of JFK. This was before he ran for President of the U.S. Kennedy has retained one of the highest ratings as a past President at 70% that the US has ever had. His Presidency was cut short with his assassination in Dallas, Texas. There is a 6" x 6 "metal engraved brass lettering description of his years in the Presidency along with the photo just described and the actual letter dated December 1, 1958. There are THREE Certificates of Authenticity accompanying this piece. One is from University Archives, another from EAC Gallery and the last one from me, Charles Bird. The authenticity of the signature of "Jack" Kennedy is unconditionally guaranteed. The framing (measuring 23 1/2" x 28 1/4") was professionally done by Michael's and features archival quality acid-free double matting and glare free glass along with a very attractive mahogany molding frame. All of the work has been done. It is ready mount in the study, den or your office. This is a very attractive presentation piece. You will NOT be disappointed. I have a 100% satisfaction rating of over 400 transactions on .
John F. KennedyFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia"JFK", "John Kennedy", and "Jack Kennedy" redirect here. For other uses, seeJFK (disambiguation),John Kennedy (disambiguation), andJack Kennedy (disambiguation).John F. Kennedy35thPresident of the United StatesIn office
January 20, 1961– November 22, 1963Vice PresidentLyndon B. JohnsonPreceded byDwight D. EisenhowerSucceeded byLyndon B. JohnsonUnited States Senator
fromMassachusettsIn office
January 3, 1953– December 22, 1960Preceded byHenry Cabot Lodge Jr.Succeeded byBenjamin A. Smith IIMember of theU.S. House of office
January 3, 1947– January 3, 1953Preceded byJames Michael CurleySucceeded byTip O'NeillPersonal detailsBornJohn Fitzgerald Kennedy
May 29, 1917
Brookline, Massachusetts, U.S.DiedNovember 22, 1963(aged46)
Dallas, Texas, U.S.CauseofdeathBallistic trauma, assassinationResting placeArlington National CemeteryPolitical partyDemocraticSpouse(s)Jacqueline Jr., andPatrickParents
  • Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr.
  • Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy
Alma materHarvard serviceAllegianceUnited States of AmericaService/branchUnited States NavyYears of style="list-style: none none; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; line-height: inherit;">
  • Motor Torpedo Squadron 2
    • Patrol Torpedo Boat 109
    • Patrol Torpedo Boat 59
  • Battles/wars
    • World War II
      • Solomon Islands campaign
    Awards
    • Navy and Marine Corps Medal
    • Purple Heart Medal
    • American Defense Service Medal
    • American Campaign Medal
    • Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medalw/ three 3⁄16inch bronze stars
    • World War II Victory[1]
    This article is part of
    a series about
    John F. Kennedy
      U.S. Navy Service in WWII
      Why England Slept
    • Profiles in Courage
      A Nation of Immigrants
    • Family
      Career in the U.S. Congress
      Marriage to Jacqueline Bouvier

    President of the United States

      Campaign for the Presidency
      • Inauguration
      • Presidency
        • New Frontier
        • Foreign Policy
          • "A Strategy of Peace"
          • Bay of Pigs
            Cuban Missile Crisis
          • Civil Rights Address
            Partial Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
            Clean Air
          • Peace Corps
            "We choose to go to the Moon"
            Space programs
            • Mercury
            • Gemini
            • Apollo

          Assassination and legacy

            November 22, 1963
          • State Funeral
          • Eternal Flame
          • Memorials
          • Library
          • Legacy

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          • e

          John 29, 1917 – November 22, 1963), commonly referred to by his initialsJFK, was an American politician who served as the35thPresident of the United Statesfrom January 1961 untilhis assassinationin November 1963. TheCuban Missile Crisis, th of Pigs Invasion, theNuclear Test Ban Treaty, the establishment of thePeace Corps, developments in theSpace Race, the building of theBerlin Wall, theTrade Expansion Actto lower tariffs, and theCivil Rights Movementall took place during his presidency. Kennedy was a member of theDemocratic Party, and hisNew Frontierdomestic program was largely enacted as a memorial to him after his death. Kennedy also established thePresidential Medal of Freedomin 1963.

          Kennedy's time in office was marked by high tensions withCommunist states. He increased the number of American military advisers inSouth Vietnamby a factor of 18 over PresidentDwight D. Eisenhower. InCuba, a failed attempt was made at th of Pigsto overthrow the government ofFidel Castroin April 1961. He subsequently rejected plans by the Joint Chiefs of Staff toorchestrate false-Flag attackson American soil in order to gain public approval for a war against Cuba. In October 1962, it was discovered Sovietballistic missileshad been deployed in Cuba; the resulting period of unease, termed theCuban Missile Crisis, is seen by many historians as the closest the human race has ever come tonuclear warbetween nuclear armed belligerents.[citation needed]

          After military service in theUnited States Naval ReserveinWorld War II, Kennedy representedMassachusetts's 11th congressional districtin theU.S. House of Representativesfrom 1947 to 1953. He was elected subsequently to theU.S. Senateand served as the junior Senator fromMassachusettsfrom 1953 until 1960. Kennedy defeated Vice President, and Republican presidential candidate,Richard Nixonin the1960 U.S. Presidential Election. At age 43, he became the youngest elected president[2][a]and the second-youngest president (afterTheodore Roosevelt, who was 42 when he became president after the assassination ofWilliam McKinley). Kennedy was also the first person born in the 20th century to serve as president.[3]To date, Kennedy has been the onlyRoman Catholicpresident and the only president to have won aPulitzer Prize(for his biographyProfiles in Courage).[4]

          Kennedy Texas, on November 22, 1963.Lee Harvey Oswaldwas arrested that afternoon and determined to have fired the shots that hit the President from a sixth floor window of theTexas School Book Depository. Dallas nightclub ownerJack Rubyfatally shot Oswald two days later in a jail corridor. Then-Vice PresidentLyndon B. Johnsonsucceeded Kennedy after he died in the hospital. TheFBIand theWarren Commissionofficially concluded that Oswald was the lone assassin, but its report was sharply criticized. TheUnited States House Select Committee on Assassinations(HSCA) agreed that Oswald fired the shots that killed the president, but also concluded that Kennedy was likely assassinated as the result of aconspiracy.[5]The majority of Americans alive at the time of the assassination (52% to 29%), and continuing through 2013 (61% to 30%), believed that there was a conspiracy and that Oswald was not the only shooter.[6]

          Since the 1960s, information concerning Kennedy's private life has come to light, including his health problems and allegations ofinfidelity. Kennedy continues to rank highly inhistorians' polls of U.S. presidentsand with the general public. His average approval rating of 70% is the highest of any president inGallup's history of systematically measuring job approval.[7]


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