Campaigns & Elections
$795.00The most famous performance of the classic "Happy Birthday" song was arguably delivered by America's sex symbol fo the times- Marilyn Monroe - to one of the most popular U.S. presidents in the world's most famous arena. This is one of only a handfull of these invitation flyers for the event that we have ever seen in the last 43 years. The flyer advertises "New York's Birthday Salute to President Kennedy." This is the world-famous event in which Marilyn Monroe squeezed into ther fabulous dress and sang "Happy birthday, Mr. President." She is advertised on the bill among many other A-list celebrities such as Jack Benny, Danny Kaye, Maria Callas, Peggy Lee, Bobby Darin, Henry Fonda, Ella Fitzgerald and Jimmy Durante. Her performance lives on as one of the most memorabile events in history. These flyers are even more scarce than the programs and tickets to the event. Another of these flyers sold for $6,255.59 at auction, which we feel was considerably higher than it's true value although we certainly can appreciate the rarity of the item. Also the tape marks on the edges (see the condition description below) certainly is another reason why we are pricing this iconic item for less. Comes with our 100% guarantee of authenticity
$795.00A TIME FOR GREATNESS / KENNEDY FOR PRESIDENT. From his 1960 Presidential Campaign. One of the hardest to find versions scarcest of all classic John F Kennedy posters, especially in this huge size and good condition. It is a bold, powerful poster showing the confident and smiling young Senator from Massachusetts. A memorable image of a candidate and a president who transformed America. Professionally framed with archival quality glass. Great gift or display item. See condition notes below
$750.00Frank Sinatra and Jack Kennedy promotional record from the 1960 presidential campaign. A very limited number of these campaign records were produced for juke box distribution on the East Coast around Washington DC and Virginia. Actually sung by Frank Sinatra and a very elusive record prized by both Sinatra and Kennedy collectors. . Side one"High Hopes with Jack Kennedy. Side Two "Jack Kennedy "All The Way". This single was a promotional item for JFK's 1960 presidential campaign, with an anonymous contribution from his good buddy, Frank. The song, "High Hopes," is the same song made famous a year earlier in Frank's film A Hole in the Head. This version features a fast charging big band and mixed chorus, and new campaign lyrics: The record is surrounded by two photos. One with Kennedy and Sinatra and one with Sinatra and a Kennedy for President poster behind him as a serenades a campaign crowd. This framed item is part of the FramedPresidents (TM) collection. All items in the collection have been professionally matted and framed using archival quality glass and acid free matting. and complimented by a bronze commemorative descriptive plaque. More Views .