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Legendary martyred 35th President of the United States JOHN F. KENNEDY scarce AUTHENTIC AUTOGRAPH boldly signed "John Kennedy" with a handwritten postscript in black fountain pen on desirable WHITE HOUSE LETTERHEAD. 


The letter was sent to a 5th grade class referencing one of Kennedy's most acclaimed speeches, "Charter Day, 1962" which discussed topics such as Peace with the Soviet Union, the Space Race, and foreign policy. 


CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY PSA/DNA EXPERT EXAMINATION. Sale includes original PSA/DNA Letter of Authenticity. GUARANTEED GENUINE - simply one of the finest KENNEDY documents available on the market.


In Kennedy's historic speech he discuses "the decision by the United States and the Soviet Union to seek concrete agreements on the joint explorations of space". He goes on to talk about "how divisions...have already shattered the image of Communism" and ends by saying "a just and lasting peace may be years away". Just a few short months later America became involved in the Cuban missile crisis. 




Toning and some wrinkles throughout document, as shown, consistent with  age, display and handling. Single horizontal fold line but overall in good condition. Document has been previously mounted to light paper stock.


NOTE:  SIGNATURIST-INK displays feature archivally mounted documents which are easily removable. This acid-free museum-grade mounting tissue releases safely and easily with simply a swab of a damp Q-tip.


Own a remarkable, original piece of American history! The perfect gift for the Presidential collector, JFK devotee, autograph enthusiast, or History buff. A must have addition to the Executive Office, den, or "Man Cave".


Sold as is, as shown.


  • Professionally framed and matted in the SIGNATURIST-INK Gallery style to elegant, 12x16 "matte black" real wood frame, featuring acid-free "American red" suede mat under midnight black suede border with striking original engraved portrait, and museum-style descriptive plaque together under museum conservation-grade 98% UV-blocking polystyrene pane.

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