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Photograph, Junior Varsity Football Team, Harvard University

JFK/PP-75
Photograph, Junior Varsity Football Team, Harvard University
1937
Harvard University's 1937 junior varsity football team posing indoors. John F. Kennedy is standing third from the right in the third row. The following is handwritten on the front of the photograph: "Harvard Second Team." The following is handwritten on the verso of the photograph: "Harvard 13, Yale 6, 1937." Individuals are identified as follows on the verso of the photograph. Front row: "Perry Johnson 38', Ernest Sargeant 40'." Second row: "Augustus Soule 40', Alan Jenkins 39', Nick Mellen 39', John Cabitor 38', Charles Snyder 39', Sherman Hoar 40', Frazier Curtis 40'." Third row: "Coach Henry Lamar, Peter Thompson 40', William Coleman Jr 40', Herbert Smith 38', Gordon Harrington 40', JFK 40', William Cordingley 40', Richard Bennink 38' Mgr." Back row: "Stephen Squibb 40', Dwight Ellis 38', Howard Johnson Jr 39', Philip Reed Jr 40', Bartow Kelly 40', Raymond Jones 39', Elliot Knowlton 38'." The photograph was filed in Harvard University's Records of Extracurricular Activities for the Year 1937-1938.
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 11 x 14 inches)
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Photographer unknown. John F. Kennedy Personal Papers. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
JFKPP-002-008-p0011
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
JFKPP-002-008
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