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  1. John F Kennedy First Day of Issue
    $14.95

    Commemorative card issued for the First Day of Issue of the John F. Kennedy U.S. postage stamp. Postmarked on the First Day of Issue, in JFK's hometown of Boston, Massachusetts. Attractive engraved portrait of the President by Artcraft cachets the leading producer of First Day Covers in that error. Includes the famous line from his speech "Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You, But What You Can Do For Your Country." Franked with the 5c JFK Memorial stamp
  2. JFK and Pakistan President Photo
    $35.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto.July 11, 1961 taken in Washington, D.C. The photo is of President John F. Kennedy and President Ayub Khan of Pakistan taking "President Kennedy's right hand in both of his as they say goodbye outside the White House today..." This photo comes from the archive of a daily newspaper and includes the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp on the reverse.
  3. John F Kennedy State Dinner With Pakistan President
    $39.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. July 11, 1961 taken at Mount Vernon during State dinner attendend by Pakistan President Ayub Khan and his daughter. This photo comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper and includes the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp on the reverse.
  4. Kennedy Family AP Photo
    $49.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. November 11, 1960 taken in Washington D.C. as President-Elect John F Kennedy, Mrs. Kennedy and daughter Caroline. On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper where they trimmed at the edges (does not effect the photo) before sending the photo to press.
  5. John F Kennedy Veterans Day Speech Photo
    $49.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. November 11, 1961 taken at the Veterans Day ceremonies in the nearby Arlington National Cemetery Amphitheater. At the ceremony JFK "pledged to seek peace and keep America prepared it the final extreme" if necessary to resist aggression." This photo comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper and includes the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp on the reverse.
  6. Teamsters Union Pickets Kennedy Headquarters
    $49.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. September 13, 1960 taken in Cincinnati Ohio."TEAMSTER LOCAL PICKETS KENNEDY HEADQUARTERS. "An unidentified man, carrying a picket sign sponsored by Cinncinnati local teamsters 661, marches in front of the newly-opened campaign headquarters of Senatort Robert Kennedy today. On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper. Dramatic photo of the love/hate relationship between the Kennedy's and the Teamsters. This photograph comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper
  7. Kennedy Laos and Vietnam
    $49.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. March 23, 1961 taken in the State Department auditoriam where Kennedy discussed gains by pro-Communist rebels in Laos. On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper where they trimmed the top edge (not effecting the photo) before sending the photo to press.
  8. John F Kennedy Visits Italy
    $49.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. December 8, 1960 taken at Georgetown University Hospital during a baptismal ceremony in the hospital chapel for their son, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, Jr who was born November 25th. On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp and an actual clipping from the daily newspaper where the photo was published. Comes from the archive of the Pittsburgh daily newspaper.
  9. Cuban Exiles Ask for Guns
    $49.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. December 15, 1961 taken in San Juan, Puerto Rico. as John F Kennedy visits Puerto Rico. "This is part of a large group of Cuban exiles living in Puerto Rico who today lined President Kennedy's parade route in San Juan carrying signs asking for guns to oust Fidel Castro." On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper.
  10. John F Kennedy campaign stop in W. Virginia
    $49.95

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. April 27, 1960 taken in Mullens, West Virginia. "Showing a grin made famous by his father, Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr tours this railroad center with Sen. John F Kennedy in senator's bid for presidential nomination. Photo includes shot of three iconic Kennedy for President posters. This photo comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper and includes the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp on the reverse.
  11. Political 20170909 14190411
    $65.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. January 21, 1960 taken in Milwaukee Wisconsin titled STARTS CAMPAIGN IN A HURRY - Senator John Kennedy didn't lose any time starting his campaign today following his announcement that he would enter the April 5 Wisconsin presidential preference primary." On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper.
  12. Nixon Rooters Trail Kennedy Motorcade
    $75.00

    Original Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. November 1, 1960 taken in Los Angeles, California - Great photo of Kennedy in a convertible with campaign poster on the hood, that is being trailed by a car with dozens of Nixon bumper stickers. On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper where they trimmed the edges (not effecting the photo) before sending the photo to press.
  13. John F Kennedy Cow Palace Speech ticket
    $75.00

    In the mad rush leading up to the 1960 presidential election between Democrat John F Kennedy and Republican Richard Nixon, JFK made a key campaign stop at the famous Cow Palace in San Francisco, California. The event was held a week before election day and included a major address regarding he introduced his concept of the Peace Corp. This is an original ticket to the event.
  14. John F Kennedy campaign photograph
    $75.00

    Original dramatic Associated Press (AP) Wirephoto. Octobre 15, 1960 taken in Johnstown, Pennsylvania - Great photo of Kennedy in a convertible traveling thru a confetti shower showing support for the young candidate for President. On the reverse is the official Associated Press Wirephoto stamp. Comes from the archive of a Pennsylvania daily newspaper where they trimmed the top edge (not effecting the photo) before sending the photo to press.
  15. John F Kennedy Grades at Harvard
    $250.00

    Official Register of Harvard University, Rank List for June 28, 1937. The booklet ranks all of the Freshman Class of 1940. Most Americans tend to believe that a President is always a the top of their class and has all straight A's. But that was not the case with a young John F. Kennedy who proved that grades aren't everything when it comes to be President of the United States. 16 pages This class rank list from Harvard lists the future President as having a "V" Pass rating - which is the second lowest ranking of students and far behind the four categories above it which were Highest Distinction (I), High Distinction (II), Distinction (III) and High Pass (IV).
  16. John F Kennedy Princeton Herald Class Yearbook Burned
    $595.00

    Rare 1939 edition of the Princeton Freshman Herald which documents John F. Kennedy's brief stay at Princeton before leaving for reported health reasons and then enrolling at Harvard. Kennedy does not even appear in the main bio pages of the yearbook, but instead appears in the section marked "Complete information was not received from the following men: This is the only one of these Freshman class books that we have ever had in our collection or inventory. Features a great photo of the young Kennedy. We acquired this book from the son of a classmate of John F Kennedy at Princeton. His father many interesting notations in pen throughout the book about various classmates, when they left the school, their majors etc. Under Kennedy's photo he noted "Out in Fresh Yr." See full description of condition below.
  17. John F Kennedy Harvard Class album
    $795.00

    This is the original and authentic 1940 Harvard Senior Class Album that featured the future President John F. Kennedy. It is a beautiful large album that measures 11" x 14". It includes the senior class photo of a young John Fitzgerald Kennedy as well as photos of him as a class officer, staff member on the Harvard Crimson newspaper and the Yacht Club. Little did anyone know at the time that this handsome and popular student would become President of the United States. This is also the year he wrote "Why England Slept" as his senior thesis that was later published and became a best seller for the future President. Needless to say, this was a limited printing at the time for students and faculty. These books hard to find, especially in good condition. T
  18. Rare Happy Birthday Mr President - Madison Square Garden Handbill Flyer
    $795.00

    The 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
  19. John F Kennedy 1939 Princeton University Yearbook
    $795.00

    Rare 1939 edition of the Princeton Yearbook which documents John F. Kennedy's brief stay at Princeton before leaving for reported health reasons and then enrolling at Harvard. Kennedy does not even appear in the main bio pages of the yearbook, but instead appears in the section marked "Complete information was not received from the following men: This only the second of these yearbooks we have ever had in our collection or inventory.. Features a great photo of the young Kennedy. On the page opposite JFK's photo is a notation in pen by the owner of the book noting that H.A. Kelly had "Died in action World War II (N. Africa). This book was owned by a classmate of John F. Kennedy.
  20. John F Kennedy Yearbook Portrait Princeton University
    $895.00

    Rare 1939 edition of the Princeton Yearbook which documents John F. Kennedy's brief stay at Princeton before leaving for reported health reasons and then enrolling at Harvard. Kennedy does not even appear in the main bio pages of the yearbook, but instead appears in the section marked "Complete information was not received from the following men: This only the second of these yearbooks we have ever had in our collection or inventory.. Features a great photo of the young Kennedy. On the page opposite JFK's photo is a notation in pen by the owner of the book noting that H.A. Kelly had "Died in action World War II (N. Africa). Very fine condition

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