Kennedy, John F.
White House May 1963 TLS accepting invitation to be Honorary Chairman of the Founders Committee of the International Club of Washington
Autograph ID: 6931
Condition: Very good, teeny right top corner tear
Description: “(1917-1963) Massachusetts US Rep (D) 1947-1953, US Senator 1953-1961. US President 1961-63; assassinated.
TLS as President on 9 x 7 green, blue-imprinted “The White House/Washington” letterhead, May 27 1963, to James W. Wadsworth, President, International Club of Washington, Inc. President Kennedy is pleased to accept the kind invitation of the Club to become Honorary Chairman of the Club’s Founders Committee. JFK’s opinion is that the Club “will fill a long-felt need and will be an important contribution to the international life of the Capital. He asks Wadsworth to express his best wishes for success to the other officers and to the members of the Founders Committee, “among whom I count a number of friends and former associates.” Nice authentic example of JFK’s presidential signature!
On May 27 1963, The First Family departed Camp David . The President’s 1st meeting back in the White House was with Jerald Wright, US Ambassador to the Republic of China. JFK next met with Clark Clifford, followed by Fred Kappel, Chairman of AT&T. After lunch the President met with Gov. Carl Sanders of Georgia. The President then addressed the National Foreign Policy Conference. His last meeting that day was with David Lawrence, 1st Catholic elected Pennsylvania Governor.”