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  1. Kennedy for U.S. Senator
    $95.00

    Vintage Kennedy for U.S. Senator window sticker. From the senate run of John F Kennedy of Massachusetts. Original. Truly the most coveted early Kennedy bumper sticker from the campaign for U.S. senate. Before today we have only had one of these elusive items in stock. We were fortunate to have recently discovered another two. First come first served.
  2. John F. Kennedy vintage campaign ticket
    $85.00

    Original ticket to the November 6, 1957 Dinner and Rally honoring John F. Kennedy held in Topeka Kansas when Kennedy was still the U.S. Senator from Massachusetts and beginning his successful campaign for President. This is a numbered ticket (69A) and an interesting early example of Kennedy campaign memorabilia.
  3. John F Kennedy and Maria Carmela Attolico
    $75.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.January 6, 1953 taken at the Dutchess of Windsor's annuall at the Walforf Astoria hotel in New York. The photo is particularly interesting to collectors, since Kennedy's date was not Jacquline Kennedy, but rather Maria Carmela Attolico who was the daughter of the former Italian ambassador to Germany. This was after Kennedy had met his furture wife Jacqueline, but before they were engaged. The photo was taken shortly after JFK won his election for a Senator from Massachusetts. This photo comes from the archive of a daily newspaper and includes the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp on the reverse.
  4. Kennedy with Naval Officer that sank PT109
    $55.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.October 30, 1961. Senator John Kennedy poses for photo with a former Japanese naval officer woh was aboard the Japanese destroyer in 1943 when it sliced in two the Navy PT boat of which Kennedy was skipper. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper.
  5. Political 20180315 14112899
    $49.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.June 30, 1961, Washington, D.C> . President John Kennedy signs the Social Security Bill in the Oval Office which increased benefits for about 4,420,000 Americans. Standing with Kennedy are Rep. Thomas O'Biren (Illinois), Vice President lyndon Johnson, Rep. John Byrnes (Wisconsin) Secretary of Welfare Abraham Ribicoff and Assistant Secretary of Welfare WIlbur CohenComes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper. Includes the Associated Press stamp on the reverse
  6. John F Kennedy and tombo of unknown soldier
    $45.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.November 11, 1961. Photo, taken shortly after Kennedy was elected President of the United states, after he made a brie speech during the Veterans Day ceremonies. This comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania newspaper. With Kennedy is Paul Gavn, Commanding General of the Washington Military District.

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