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JOHN F. KENNEDY.
Typewritten Memorandum Signed, Marked "Secret," as President, on White House stationery, one page quarto, July 10, 1961 to General Maxwell D. Taylor, appointed by Kennedy to head a task force which would investigate the failure ...
$22,500
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
Printed press release signed at the top of the first page, seven pages, quarto, [July 4, 1960]. The text of Senator Kennedy's speech, responding to former President Harry Truman's objections to Kennedy's candidacy for the ...
$15,000
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
Autograph Letter Signed, Jack, one page, quarto, June 19, 1948
$15,000
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
Printed Book, Profiles in Courage, Signed on the dedication page, "To Jacob / with best / wishes / John Kennedy / 24th August." The paperback copy is a Harper & Brothers Cardinal edition, housed in ...
$6,500
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
Half-length Photograph of the future President, as a Senator from Massachusetts, wearing a suit and tie, seated in an office or library setting with rows of books behind him on the shelves, his hands folded ...
$7,500
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
President. Kennedy's personal "Bell System Credit Card" for 1960, Signed by him and listing his Park Agency Inc address at "230 Park Av, New York 17, N.Y." The card instructs him to "Say to the ...
$9,500
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
[KENNEDY, John F.] President. Lucite pen, engraved The President - The White House, which the president used to signed the Peace Corps Act of 1961, 6 1/8 inches in length.
$35,000
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
Typewritten Letter Signed, John Kennedy, one page, quarto, Washington, D.C., May 29. 1953. On imprinted stationery of the United States Senate, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Cash in Cohasset, Massachusetts.
$7,500
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
JOHN F. KENNEDY. President of the United States. Check Signed, December 28, 1959, in the amount of 10.00, payable to the World Affairs Bookshop in Washington, D.C. The check is for two books: "Major Campaign ...
$17,500
JOHN F. KENNEDY.
Typewritten Letter Signed, John Kennedy, as Senator, one page, quarto, February 18, 1959. On imprinted stationery of the United States Senate, to Mrs. Edgar Deen (Edith Deen).

"I am very happy to give you my permission ...
$6,500

JOHN F. KENNEDY and JACQUELINE KENNEDY.
Large color Photograph of the President and First Lady Signed on the mount below. President Kennedy Signs on the left, "With best wishes / John F. Kennedy"; the First Lady Signs on the right, With ...
$20,000

John F. Kennedy's Autograph and Signature

John F. Kennedy's signature brings back a sense of Camelot in the 1960's - a time when young people identified with the young president, his wife and children. John F. Kennedy's presidency was a time when the White House and First Family seemed accessible yet almost like royalty. John F. Kennedy's autograph was written with the speed he lived at - Kennedy's signature was dashing like the man himself.

Virtually every able bodied man served in the military in World War II and many, like Kennedy, sought out combat and command experience. Despite a safe assignment in Florida Kennedy managed to get transferred to the South Pacific and a PT boat. After his PT-109 was cut in half by a Japanese destroyer, Kennedy heroically saved his men and with a message carved on a coconut arranged their rescue.

The young Kennedy running for president in 1960 contrasted with the grandfatherly Dwight Eisenhower who was personally immensely popular - after all, he "won" World War II. Kennedy's sense of youth was reflected in his early presidency's new ideas - the Peace Corps, a proposed Civil Rights Act and the space program. It was a new era with the reality of the Cuban missile crisis and then the reality of political assassination.

Our Large Collection of John F. Kennedy Autographs, Signed Letters

John F. Kennedy's signed letters are usually found when written as Senator with letters signed as President much scarcer. Kennedy's autographs obtained while campaigning are the most available.

John F. Kennedy Signed Photos

John F. Kennedy signed photos are highly sought after and not common. Nearly all are formal poses and represent how Kennedy saw himself - they are the image Kennedy chose to give an admirer.

Please browse our selection of John F. Kennedy autographed memorabilia or you may search our entire inventory alphabetically, by name, or by category.

 
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