JFK White House Letter on “the National Cultural Center,” Which Would Take His Name After His Death
KENNEDY, JOHN F. Typed Letter Signed, November 30, 1962, 6.5” x 9”, 1 p. imprinted at top “The White House / Washington” in blue. The letter has three horizontal folds to fit in an envelope, but they do not affect the President’s bold signature.
The letter reads, in full, “Dr Mr Coe: Many thanks for your recent letter. I appreciate your thoughtfulness in writing to me concerning the National Cultural Center. We will keep on working at it until it is finished.” Kennedy signs in bold ink, “Sincerely, John Kennedy”
It appears as if Kennedy may have typed this letter himself, based on the type of font and formatting of the letter. A fantastic JFK association item. Includes original receipt from the buyer from the year 2000, where at that time, cost was $3,000.
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