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Citation: Polish American Citizens Club, October 1955

Citation: Polish American Citizens Club, October 1955
23 October 1955
3 digital pages
This folder contains materials concerning an award from the Polish American Citizens Club of South Boston, Massachusetts, for Senator Kennedy's efforts on behalf of Americans of Polish ancestry. Items in this folder include newspaper articles and copies of the award citation.
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Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963
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Papers of John F. Kennedy. Personal Papers. Boston Office, 1940-1956: Political Miscellany, 1945-1956. Citation: Polish American Citizens Club, October 1955
John F. Kennedy opened a Boston office in 1946, at the time of his election to the U. S. Congress from the Eleventh District, Massachusetts. The Boston Office files included here are a small part of the files from that office. Many files from the Boston Office seem to have been lost over the years. The series "Boston Office, 1940-1956: Political Miscellany" includes material from his 1951 Asian trip, early Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Post material, citations, and miscellaneous materials.
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