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Robert F. Kennedy wedding, 1950

Robert F. Kennedy wedding, 1950
1950: 25 April-5 December, undated
143 digital pages
This folder contains materials concerning the bachelor dinner given by John F. Kennedy for his brother, Robert F. Kennedy, at the Harvard Club in New York City.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
JFKPP-006-005
The series "Correspondence, 1943‑1952: Personal" contains family and general correspondence, telegrams, greetings, congratulations and souvenirs. Included are two subject entries, "Outstanding Man of the Year Award", for which John F. Kennedy was selected in 1947, and "Robert Kennedy Wedding" in 1950. Of note are letters written in 1943 by Kennedy while he was in the Navy and a 1948 letter from Robert Kennedy to his parents regarding his trip to Palestine. Researchers should note souvenirs may also be found in Series 2. Early Years; Subseries 5.2. Souvenirs, 1940-1950; and Subseries 7.1. Boston Office, Personal File.
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