Historic Manuscripts & Rare Books Online
Approximately Seventy Letters, Documents, Invoices, and Receipts Related to the Organization and Activities of John F. Kennedy's 1952 Senatorial Campaign. Mostly letters to or from Richard S. Kelley including Kelley's appointment as Secretary to the Kennedy for U.S. Senator Committee in Somerville and letter regarding establishing a headquarters, meeting records, fund raising efforts, letters to constituents, expenses and reports of the campaign after the election and a Western Union Telegram from JFK to Kelley requesting him to send a list of people in Somerville who helped with the successful campaign.
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