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    John F. Kennedy: Handwritten Notes for 1952 TV Appearance. 1-page letter from Frank White of Clark H. Getts, Inc., New York, August 8, 1952, addressed to Congressman John F. Kennedy. White requests an outline of topics Kennedy would like to discuss on his scheduled appearance on the TV program "Chronoscope" on Friday evening, August 22, 1952. The public affairs program, sponsored by Longines Watch Company, ran from 1951 to 1955. The Senatorial candidate responded with some pencil notes on the bottom: "1) My campaign 2) Repubs & Dem. Who will win. Who should win. 3) For. policy - Middle East & South east Asia." Very clean example with normal folds and paper clip stain at top left. From the Estate of Malcolm S. Forbes.

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