Feb 13, 02:07 UTC
JFK  Declaration of Unity Item images 2f1518487726668 hz3pwhs22pa 251b356c9211d5b95b790ed1bb40527a 2f2f60b0fc 1d3c 4b6c b9f2 7a05b60ea2fa Item images 2f1518487726666 prq8keoqjg 251b356c9211d5b95b790ed1bb40527a 2f1f78a41c 91af 4b9d 92c9 949b978953fe Item images 2f1518487726665 ac5rb54bp6f 251b356c9211d5b95b790ed1bb40527a 2f0958d590 72be 4847 8652 30ee2d0203e1 Item images 2f1518487726658 0b1d8wyumqic 251b356c9211d5b95b790ed1bb40527a 2f7b1b9f7d 9b30 4784 b8e4 865d4986ed5f
Mike Pieretti
Toms River, NJ , United States of America

Jfk declaration of unity


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17.5” x 14”


This was mixed in with a lot we bought at an auction. Was a collection of JFK stuff

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$50 - $60 (United States Dollar)
Answered within 24 minutes

Dear Mike - What an interesting piece of history! Let me tell you a little about it. In May of 1961 delegates from the Mayors of America Unity Program presented a “Declaration of Unity” to then president, John F. Kennedy. The declaration which was presented was signed by 1200 mayors (https://www.jfklibrary.org/Asset-Viewer/Archives/JFKPOF-102-005.aspx). Your piece likely was presented to each of the 1200 mayors who signed the document given to Kennedy. Edward G. Koenig was Mayor Bordentown, NJ and as an individual, quite an accomplished gentleman (http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/news-press/obituary.aspx?n=g-edward-koenig&pid=18665927). While the proclamation commemorates a moment connected to Kennedy, because it isn’t signed by Kennedy this piece has an auction value of between $50 - $60.



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