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John F. Kennedy Signed Letter - 1951 - content!!

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John Kennedy
Signed Letter - 1951

John F. Kennedy letter from May 10, 1951 as congressman with fantastic content. The letter was sent to Korean doctor who was displaced during the Korean War, which was still raging at the time of this letter being signed. Kennedy happily informs the man that his application for permanent residency in the United States has been accepted. Furthermore the letter is quite intriguing when examining the date it was signed. I have done research and I am nearly certain this was signed the exact same day that Kennedy met Jacqueline Bouvier at a Georgetown dinner party. The letter is in terrific condition and is signed in full at the conclusion. A truly historical letter.

Also, seasoned collectors know that 99% of the Kennedy autographs on the market were signed by a secretary or autopen machine (or in the case of Ebay mostly forgeries), particularly after 1954. This has been heavily researched and we have no doubt it is a genuine signature and guarantee it's authenticity for life.

Comes with a wonderful photograph, JFK, the 35th President of the United States, is seen on Squaw Island, Hyannisport, MA. President John F. Kennedy was being interviewed by the famous Walter Cronkite on September 2 , 1963, just two months before that fateful day. .

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