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Letters, cards, report card, and drawings, 1918-1928

Letters, cards, report card, and drawings, 1918-1928
31 May 1918-3 May 1928, undated
13 digital pages
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Kennedy, Rose Fitzgerald, 1890-1995
ROFKPP-127-007
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Personal Papers. Family Subject File, 1887, 1895, 1900-1994. John F. Kennedy, 1917-1980. Letters, cards, report card, and drawings, 1918-1928. ROFKPP-127-007. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
This series contains items related to John F. Kennedy. The majority of the material is articles, news clippings, and other published material. There is also correspondence, photographs, and souvenirs. Of particular interest are the files about his schooling, especially his time at Choate.
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