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  1. Kennedy Eisehower wirephoto
    $35.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. January 19, 1961. EISENHOWER, KENNEDY TALK - President Eisenhower... and the man who will suceed him tomorrow, John F Kennedy talk at the White House today. This was their second meeting since Kennedy's eleciton. Associated Press wirephoto stamp on back. This is part of a large collection of wirephotos we recently purchased that were part of a newspaper archive.
  2. Political 20181116 13275799
    $35.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.December 15. KENNEDY REVIEWS TROOPS - President John F. Kennedy reviews an honor guard of soldiers on his arrival today at the San Juan airport. Tripping the guard with the President is Puerto Rico Gov. Luis Munox Marin (left). The troopo commander (center) in unidentified. Associated Press wirephoto stamp on back. This is part of a large collection of wirephotos we recently purchased that were part of a newspaper archive.
  3. Political 20181116 13292052
    $35.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.June 5, 1961. PRINCE AND JACKIE CHAT - Prince Philip of England and Jacqueline Kennedy smileas they chat at a dinner tonight at Buckingham Palace, where President Kennedy and wife were the guests of Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince. Associated Press wirephoto stamp on back. This is part of a large collection of wirephotos we recently purchased that were part of a newspaper archive.
  4. Kennedy and U.S. Generals Wirephoto
    $35.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.February 2, 1961. GENERAL CONFERENCE. President Kennedy poses today at the White House with General Lauris Norstad, Supreme Commander of NATO forces in Europe, and Generaly Lyman Lemnitzer, right, chairm of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Associated Press wirephoto stamp on back. This is part of a large collection of wirephotos we recently purchased that were part of a newspaper archive.
  5. President Kennedy Wirephoto
    $35.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.June 28, 1963. IRISH-AMERICAN PRESIDENTIAL EXCHANGE - President Kennedy points to Irish Premier Sean Lemass, right, as he chats with Ireland's President Eamon de Valera today at the U.S. embassy in Dublin. Associated Press wirephoto stamp on back. This is part of a large collection of wirephotos we recently purchased that were part of a newspaper archive.
  6. Kennedy Official Certificate Book
    $35.00

    "Elections Are Won In The Precinct - Campaigns Are Won Between Elections". Official Certificate Book with twenty individual contributions forms. Numbered on the cover. "Dollars for Democrats Drive". Issued during JFK's presidential term "Campaign are won between elecitions". WIth photo of Kennedy and Johnson on the cover. We have seen many of these individual donation certificate forms over the years, but rarely the complete book with all the certificates still firmly attached. Original.
  7. 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.
  8. I Like Ike Hell I Even Miss Harry
    $34.95

    Original Anti John F Kennedy pin / button from the 1960 presidential campaign of Richard Nixon vs John F Kennedy. "I Miss Ike .... Hell, I even Miss Harry" (Truman), also worn as a badge.
  9. Political 20180830 15084692
    $34.95

    Original mini-license plate produced as a campaign promotion for John F. Kennedy's 1964 re-election that never took place as Kennedy was assassinated in November 1963. A small amount of these souvenir plates were produced and never finished. Interesting Kennedy memorabilia item. This the black on black variety that is very difficult to photograph.
  10. 1960 John F. Kennedy God Bless Our President
    $29.95

    Original button from the inauguration of John F. Kennedy. Includes the hard to find "God Bless our President button with a photo of JFK in the center.
  11. 1960's John F Kennedy Set of 3 Stickpins
    $29.95

    Set of three different color 1960's stickpins featuring John F Kennedy. We understand that these were distributed during Kennedy's historic visit to Berlin, which would make sense since received these from a collector in Europe. Original.
  12. 1960 Kennedy Sample National Ballot
    $29.95

    Original sample ballot from the 1960 presidential campaign of John F. Kennedy. Interesting historical document showing the presidential candidates form teh Democratic, Republican, Prohibition and Social Labor parties. electors from the democratic.
  13. 1961 John F Kennedy "I Was At The Inauguration" Button & Ribbon
    $29.95

    "I Was At The Inauguration of President Kennedy". Original ribbon and button from John f. Kennedy's 1961 inauguration in Washington, D.C.
  14. Anti Kennedy "Don't Be A Jack Ass" Vote Republican Pin Button
    $24.95

    Anti John F. Kennedy classic button promoting Richard Nixon and the Republican Party during the 1960 election campaign. Don't Be A "Jack" Ass Vote Republican. Original
  15. John F Kennedy Swivel Souvenir
    $24.95

    Clever souvenir item with photo of John F Kennedy in the center in blue. The center photo with ornate border is on a swivel. The reverse includes JFK's iconic quote from his inaugural address "Ask not what you can do for your country ask what you can do for your country". Original.
  16. 1964 John F. Kennedy Half Dollar Key Ring
    $24.95

    John F Kennedy gold colored keychain with the original Kennedy half dollar. 1972. Original
  17. John F Kennedy Half Dollar Souvenir Keychain
    $24.95

    John F Kennedy keychain with the original Kennedy half dollar 1964 90% silver coin.
  18. John F Kennedy Swivel Keychain Front
    $24.95

    John F Kennedy memorial keychain. Inside the metal frame is a round object with John F Kennedy's photo on the front and the quote "Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country. It is on a swivel so both designs can be seen. Original.
  19. 1960 Kennedy Johnson Presidential Campaign Medal / Coin Gold Plated Variety
    $24.95

    Kennedy Johnson 1960 campaign medal / coin. The front says "Kennedy and Johnson ... The Best Men for the Job" with raised portraits of JFK and LBJ and their names underneath. Re revese has a laughing donkey in the center and the year 1960 above and Vote in November beneath. This is the gold plated variety
  20. 1960 Kennedy Johnson Presidential Campaign Medal / Coin
    $24.95

    Kennedy Johnson 1960 campaign medal / coin. The front says "Kennedy and Johnson ... The Best Men for the Job" with raised portraits of JFK and LBJ and their names underneath. Re revese has a laughing donkey in the center and the year 1960 above and Vote in November beneath. This is the oxidized nickel-silver variety. Original.
  21. JFK 1964 memorial license plate
    $24.95

    Original mini-license plate originally produced as a campaign promotion for John F. Kennedy's 1964 re-election that never took place as Kennedy was assassinated in November 1963. A small amount of these souvenir plates were produced. We believe this plate was produced right before JFK was assassinated, which is why the year 1963 appears at the bottom. This is an off-white color variety. At first, we believed it was a memorial item, but after double checking Harvey Goldberg's increditble Kennedy resource book, we stand corrected.
  22. Political 20180728 15465923
    $24.95

    In 1962, California Governor Pat Brown was running for re-election vs Richard M. Nixon. President John F. Kennedy agreed to attend a rally held in Los Angeles to help Brown's re-election campaign, also no doubt meant as an early second term campaign stop for the young President. Kennedy's appearance was cancelled as the Cuban Missile Crisis required Kennedy's full attention. As tensions continued to rise, the nation - and the world - waited as Kennedy, Khrushchev and Castro negotiated and threatened each other. Despite the cancellation, Brown was re-elected for another term as the California Governor. This original and seldom seen flyer invited people to meet and hear "Your President" John F Kennedy and "Your Governor", Edmund G. (Pat) Brown for a "Giant Street Rally" in Los Angeles on Friday, October 26, 1962. We recently acquired a number of these scarce flyers. In 1962 the Democratic incumbent, Pat Brown, ran for re-election against former Vice President Richard Nixon. In his concession speech, Nixon accused the media of favoring his opponent Brown, stating that it was his "last press conference" and "You won't have Dick Nixon to kick around any more.". Six years later, Nixon was elected President of the United States.
  23. John F Kennedy Original Pin
    $24.95

    Attractive pin from the 1960 presidential campaign of John F. Kennedy. Quality brass pin with typical pin clasp on reverse. Original. Nice gift item.
  24. John F Kennedy vari-vue button
    $24.95

    Attractive button from the presidency of John F. Kennedy. Original
  25. 1960 Oregon for Kennedy Campaign Button
    $22.95

    Scarce Oregon for Kennedy campaign button. Blue type on white background. (There is also a different version which we sold recently that is white on a blue background) Original.
  26. 1960 Democratic National Convention collectible
    $18.95

    Original "Official Souvenir Los Angeles, California Democratic National Convention 1960 button.
  27. John F Kennedy Keychain, Money Clip, Necklace
    $14.95

    Set of three different John F Kennedy memorial items. includes a large keychain with Kennedy's portrait in the center, a United Nations seal, and the words "Sanda Island, J.F.K. Kennedy 1917-1963", a money clip and some type of ceramic item with Kennedy's portrait in the center and a clasp on the reverse which we believe was used to attach a chain to be hung around the owner's neck. Original.

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