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  1. Welcome President John F Kennedy sign
    $35.00

    Large light plastic clear sign "welcome president John F Kennedy" with portrait drawing of John F Kennedy with five stars above his head. Original. The poster is actually clear see-thru, we placed a white sheet behind it when taking the photo so you could see the design clearly.
  2. Kennedy Vs Nixon Voting Machine
    $49.95

    Directions for voting on the new automatic voting machines! This is an original direction sheet from the 1960 presidential election in which Democrat John F Kennedy defeats Richard Nixon. It includes directions for now to use the automatic voting machine including two illustrations. Below that are the sample ballots for voting for either Richard M NIxon and Henry Cabot Lodge or John F Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson. JFK and LBJ also appear on the Liberal ballot and Farrell Dobbs and Myra Tanner Weiss appear for the Socialist Worker party. Orginal and would like great framed. Has pencil tally of votes of the day.
  3. Robert Kennedy Campaign Poster
    $75.00

    Original cardboard poster sign from the 1980 presidential campaign of Ted Kennedy. "Paid for and Authorized by the Committee to Elect "Kennedy for President". Bold, attractive poster.
  4. John F Kennedy Red Cross Scarce Poster
    $95.00

    Original Red Cross poster. Black and white photo of group of teens meeting with President John F. Kennedy. Bold and attractive and would look great framed. "Teen Red Cross Leaders of 42 nations visit President Kennedy" in red lettering is superimposed on the bottom of the photo with Red Cross logo. Not often seen. JFK met with International youth delegates at the White House as part of the American Red Cross program, Operation VISTA (Visit of International Students to America). The program brought 112 youth delegates from 42 countries to the United States in order to acquaint the youth of other countries with the humanitarian ideals and values of Red Cross service, and to establish new avenues of communication for humanitarian purposes among youth.

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