Q: We have an original typed letter handed down in the family from a relative who was a union leader in the 1950s. The letter, dated Aug. 30, 1958, is from Sen. John F. Kennedy and refers to “two enclosed speeches” he made on the Senate floor, one about national defense and the other about labor reform. The letter is signed “John Kennedy.” The stationery has a verifiable watermark and we have had the letter authenticated by a local historical society. What is it worth?
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