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Item 135 - John F. Kennedy Condolence Cards and Memorial Ephemera Catalog 560 (Jul 2019)

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Collection of appreciation cards and ephemera relating to the passing of President John F. Kennedy, from the collection of Congressman Ralph Harding, including: a black-bordered prayer card; a set of three funeral cards, one of which is black-bordered; a leaflet missal for the funeral of President Kennedy; a program for a “Memorial to John F. Kennedy” on January 11, 1964; a set of five black-bordered appreciation cards from Jacqueline Kennedy, Joseph and Rose Kennedy, Eunice and Sargent Shriver, Ted and Joan Kennedy, and Stephen E. Smith and Jean Ann Kennedy; a booklet entitled “In Memoriam: John Fitzgerald Kennedy,” published by the Evening Star Newspaper Company; a program for a memorial service held in honor of John F. Kennedy at Utah State University on January 7, 1964; a booklet commemorating a BBC special entitled ‘A Tribute to John Fitzgerald Kennedy,’ which originally aired on the program ‘That Was the Week that Was’; a booklet containing an article by Kennedy entitled ‘Every Citizen Holds Office,’ published by the Citizenship Committee, National Education Association in January 1964; an engraved metal plaque depicting the 5-cent US postage stamp released in Kennedy's honor, affixed to a wooden 7 x 6 mount; and a satin-finish photo of Kennedy with a facsimile signature. In overall fine condition. Accompanied by three original mailing envelopes.

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