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    John F. Kennedy. As We Remember Joe. Privately printed, Cambridge: The University Press, 1945. Limited edition, 1/360, first printing with red Navy wings on title page. Octavo. 75 pages. Profusely illustrated with black and white photographs. Publisher's maroon cloth with gilt-lettered spine and black cloth label on front board, lettered in gilt. Corners just bumped, minor edgewear, head and foot of spine just pushed, boards somewhat rubbed. Lacking original glassine wrappers. Very good.

    A beautiful tribute to Joseph P. Kennedy, killed in action in 1944. Edited by his younger brother, John F. Kennedy, who also wrote the forward and the first essay; this work contains essays and photos from a number of the Kennedy family and close friends.

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    October, 2020
    15th-16th Thursday-Friday
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