JFK sends thanks for campaign help “against the Eisenhower landslide”
TLS signed “Jack,” one page, 8 x 10.5, House of Representatives letterhead, November 14, 1952. Letter of thanks to a constituent. In part, “I want you to know how grateful I am to you for all of your help over the past months. I am certain that we never would have been so successful against the Eisenhower landslide if it had not been for the effectiveness of our organization, an organization, in my opinion that was the best that the state had ever seen. I am particularly appreciative of your help - for I know that the campaign took far too much of your efforts and energy away from your work, but it made all the difference and I am greatly indebted to you.” Kennedy also adds a brief handwritten postscript, “Many many thanks Ron for all your help, Jack.” Accompanied by the original mailing envelope. In fine condition. Auction LOA John Reznikoff/PSA/DNA and R&R COA.
#332 - Ended April 16, 2008
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