TitleScarce john F Kennedy Transit Advertising Sign "Winning The Peace"

SKU: JFK1463

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Scarce john F Kennedy Transit Advertising Sign "Winning The Peace"

SKU:JFK1463

$250.00

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Scarce advertising card measuring 28" wide x 11" high that was produced as a "Public Service of Transit Advertising". Believed to be a sign that was produced by display on a bus system. Features large photo of President Kennedy and the headline "Winning the peace is a lonely battle". This was a campaign produced in 1961 by the Outdoor Advertising Association and the Advertising Council to "support the USO through your United Fund or Community Chest". The only other example of this campaign that we have seen were newspaper advertisement and photos of the poster sign used as a billboard. Would look great framed. Original.
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Remarks by Senator John F. Kennedy, Philadelphia, PA, October 31, 1960 by JFK concluded with the bold statement: "the next war may be started and won by merely pushing a button - but there is no push button magic for winning the peace"
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Historical Notes Remarks by Senator John F. Kennedy, Philadelphia, PA, October 31, 1960 by JFK concluded with the bold statement: "the next war may be started and won by merely pushing a button - but there is no push button magic for winning the peace"
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Product Condition Very good, slight signs of wear, there is a very thin strip of tape just before the words "though your United Fund" which covers some type of printing error in this original sign.
size 28" x 11"
Price $250.00

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