John F. Kennedy's personally-owned and -used black faux leather three-ring binder notebook issued to him while on the United States Senate Committee on Small Business, 10 x 11.5, gilt-stamped on the front with his name, "Senator Kennedy," and the name of the committee. Inside are two tabbed dividers, marked "General Information" and "Questions," each with seven pages of carbon copy typed notes concerning small businesses. In fine condition. Accompanied by a letter of provenance from his personal secretary Evelyn Lincoln to noted JFK collector Robert L. White, in part: "This black leather three ring notebook…was provided for use by the Committee for each member and their names were printed thereon. This notebook was on Senator Kennedy's desk in the Senator Office Building for a while and then later placed in a drawer of that desk. It was brought to the White House in one of the File Cabinets with other Senate material and was stored in a storeroom not far from the Cabinet Room. It was removed on November 23, 1963."
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