VINTAGE PRESIDENT JOHN F KENNEDY JFK SCRAPBOOK AMAZING!

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  • Item Category: Fraternal, Political, Organizations
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 23,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY

SCRAPBOOK !!!

For your consideration is one vintage scrapbook that contains a very comprehensive documentation of the assasination of Presindet John F. Kennedy and the events following his death.

An amazing collection of newspaper clippings and magazine articles, you will find information that begins with an 8x10 glossy photo and memoriam card and the Kennedy's morning breakfast in Texas,

through to the planning of the memorial.

These are articles include minute details such as copies of the homoicide report, death certificate, discussions on bullet-proofing future presidential cars, extensive pictures of the Kennedy family before and after the President's death, interviews with the families involved including the officer killed, Lee Harvey Oswald background information, gun information and regulations, the trial of Jack Ruby, swearing in of President Johnson, the planning of the memorial, issuance of the JFK half dollar, etc.

This scrapbook is so extensive, if you have specifics you'd like to know, please ask!

The first pages have had articles mounted. T

are 100 (+,-) original articles loose, still to be sorted and added.

This is an oversized heavy professional style portfolio measuring approximately 19 1/4" by 23 1/2".

A full page newspaper fits on one page and t he portfolio itself is in excellent condition.

Shipping weight is approximately 8 pounds.

If you are a collector of JFK memorabilia this will make a great addition to your collection!

Please check our other auction for JFK campaign wheel, we do combine shipping when possible...

New items are posted weekly, t hank you for your interest and good luck bidding!!!

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