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John F Kennedy Autograph Signed Letter JFK St. Lawrence Seaway

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Senator John F Kennedy Autograph
JFK and the St. Lawrence Seaway

Signed Autographed Handwritten Letter
PSA Certified

Astonishing piece of History!   Most JFK letters that have appeared on the market are typed AND Signed by his secretaryHOWEVER, full authentically signed and handwritten letters, all in his hand, are extremely scarce .   Also, very few letters that have ever been sold have the invaluable historical content this one does.  Most have insignificant content.     For example, a JFK letter with rudimentary content like a Thank You type letter will sell for around $1500-2000.  A letter where he discusses the "Bay of Pigs" ? ,  about $50,000!
Add those priceless variables all in one make this a piece worthy of the Smithsonian !    

This is the first  Authentic Handwritten JFK Signed Letter we have ever owned in 37 years collecting historical memorabilia.    Beautiful vintage bold fountain pen ink and his close-friend signature, "Jack" on his personal US Senate Stationary.  
 * This gem has been certified Authentic by the leading Autograph Authentication Service PSA..  

Beautifully professionally matted and framed, ready to display in the most worthy home...

NOTE:  For those of you that would prefer this NOT in frame, we can be easily remove it before shipping to you. . 


ALS signed “Jack,” one page, 6 x 7.75, United States Senate letterhead, no date. Letter to "Al," in full: "Belated thanks for your kind letter on your visit to the Cape. Many thanks. Also I was to express my thanks for your assistance on the Seaway. I appreciate it greatly."  . . Handsomely cloth-matted and framed with a portrait to an overall size of 18.5 x 14.5. In fine condition.

The decision to endorse the proposed St. Lawrence Seaway Project proved vexing for Senator Kennedy in early 1954. Cognizant of the profound economic effects the seaway would have on the Great Lakes and Midwest regions, Kennedy was likewise wary of its impact on industries in the anti-seaway state of Massachusetts. The influx of shippers would result in more competition and less profits for Massachusetts manufacturers, but Kennedy, knowing that the project would help the country more than it would hinder his home state, offered his support of the seaway in a Senate speech on January 13, 1954. 

An amazing piece of American and Presidential History!    For the discerning collector of the finest historical treasures..

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