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Jean Kennedy Smith Reception, Kennedy Button 1968 Concord Ca

Kennedy button plus reception invite of Jean Kennedy Smith. This would have been a fund raiser for Robert F. Kennedy 19 days before his assassination

Jean Kennedy Smith Reception, Kennedy Button 1968 Concord Ca

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Kennedy button plus reception invite of Jean Kennedy Smith. This would have been a fund raiser for Robert F. Kennedy 19 days before his assassination.

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There are 2 items in this listing. One is a hand written invitation to a reception at the Concord Inn, Concord California on May 18, 1968, and the other item is a Kennedy tab over pin button. The invitation is its original hand addressed envelope and both items were sent together to a Mrs. Crounch in Concord California.

The significance of this event is that it would have been a fund raiser for Robert F. 'Bobby" Kennedy as the reception was just 19 days before he was assassinated.

Delivery will be via USPS First Class Mail from California. Buyer to pay delivery charges of $1.50.

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All items in my listings come from either estate or garage sales. I do not know if they came from homes where smoking or pets were present. All items are sold in the same condition as when I received them.

Kennedy button plus reception invite of Jean Kennedy Smith. This would have been a fund raiser for Robert F. Kennedy 19 days before his assassination
Jean Kennedy Smith Robert F.
Kennedy button plus reception invite of Jean Kennedy Smith. This would have been a fund raiser for Robert F. Kennedy 19 days before his assassination