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Correspondence, 1929-1935

Correspondence, 1929-1935
6 December 1930-17 December 1934
56 digital pages
This folder contains materials concerning John F. Kennedy's education at Canterbury School and the Choate School in Wallingford, Connecticut. Materials in this folder include report cards, a letter to Joseph P. Kennedy from the Choate School Assistant Headmaster, and handwritten letters from President Kennedy (then a student) to his parents concerning the football team and his academic standing. Of note is a letter from John F. Kennedy to Joseph P. Kennedy requesting a raise in his allowance so he may purchase his Boy Scouts of America supplies.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
JFKPP-001-010
Papers of John F. Kennedy. Personal Papers. Early Years, 1928-1940. Correspondence, 1929-1935
The series "Early Years, 1928-1940" contains materials dating from Kennedy's childhood. For the most part, these materials are of a diverse and fragmentary nature and do not represent a complete documentation of personal activities during this time span. Included are letters written by John F. Kennedy from 1929 through 1940, correspondence between the Kennedy family and the administration and faculty of Choate School between 1929 and 1963, a copy of the 1935 Choate School yearbook The Brief, and other materials from the period of John F. Kennedy's youth. Researchers should note that souvenirs may also be found in Subseries 5.2. Souvenirs, 1940-1950; Subseries 6.1. Correspondence, Personal File; and Subseries 7.1. Boston Office, Personal File.
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