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    John F. Kennedy: 1946 Congressional Campaign Ephemera. 1) 3 1/4" x 5 1/2" postcard urging voters to "Elect John F. Kennedy Democratic Candidate for Congress" (light toning). 2) 14" x 17" fold-out brochure (7" x 9" when folded) urging voters to "Remember this man when you go to vote on Tuesday, June 18" (light vertical fold). 3) 6" x 4" snapshot of JFK and friends celebrating his "First election win. Congressional Democratic Primary, June 18, 1946". JFK is flanked by his beaming parents. 4) A December 1946 Western Union telegram to "US Representative-Elect John F. Kennedy" asking him to appear on a CBS "coast-to-coast network broadcast" highlighting newly-elected Congressmen.
    From the collection of Ed Sullivan.

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    4th-5th Saturday-Sunday
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