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Death of Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.: Eulogies/memorials by family members

Death of Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.: Eulogies/memorials by family members
12 June 1945-29 February 1964, bulk 12 June 1945-21 November 1949, undated
44 digital pages
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Kennedy, Joseph P. (Joseph Patrick), 1888-1969
JPKPP-016-006
Joseph P. Kennedy Personal Papers. Family, 1888-1973. Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., 1924-1962. Death of Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.: Eulogies/memorials by family members. JPKPP-016-006. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series consists of material relating to or belonging to Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. (1915-1944) gathered from throughout the collection. It contains correspondence, school material, speeches, articles, drafts, naval records, news clippings, and condolence material to his family upon his death. Topics covered include his education at Choate and Harvard, his trip to Spain in spring 1939, the 1940 Democratic convention, his naval career, his death in August 1944, and the launch of the USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. For material on the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation, see Series 9.4. Private Citizen: Subjects: Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation. Opened 12/2003.
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