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John F. Kennedy, (center), 29, war veteran and son of Joseph P. Kennedy, former Ambassador to Great Britain, casts his vote on June 18, 1946 in Boston, MA, in primary election in which he is running as a democratic candidate for Congress in the 11th district, a post now held by Boston Mayor James M. Curley (D). Young Kennedy is accompanied by his grandparents, former Boston Mayor John F. Fitzgerald (right), and Mrs. Fitzgerald (left).

John F. Kennedy, (center), 29, war veteran and son of Joseph P. Kennedy, former Ambassador to Great Britain, casts his vote on June 18, 1946 in Boston, MA, in primary election in which he is running as a democratic candidate for Congress in the 11th district, a post now held by Boston Mayor James M. Curley (D). Young Kennedy is accompanied by his grandparents, former Boston Mayor John F. Fitzgerald (right), and Mrs. Fitzgerald (left).

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John F. Kennedy surrounded by women voters during his first campaign for congress in 1946. (AP Photo)

John F. Kennedy surrounded by women voters during his first campaign for congress in 1946. (AP Photo)

1952. John Kennedy during Senate campaign at New Bedford State Pier.

1952. John Kennedy during Senate campaign at New Bedford State Pier.

Left to right: Republicans John F. Kennedy, FDR Jr., and Robert F. Wagner Jr. The trio represents five veteran organizations which have endorsed the Taft-Ellender-Wagner Veterans Housing Bill.

Left to right: Republicans John F. Kennedy, FDR Jr., and Robert F. Wagner Jr. The trio represents five veteran organizations which have endorsed the Taft-Ellender-Wagner Veterans Housing Bill.

John F. Kennedy is seen here in this November 1946 file photo with his parents, Joe (1st from right) and Rose (3rd from right) and his maternal grandparents following his first congressional victory. This Friday will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963. UPI/Files

John F. Kennedy is seen here in this November 1946 file photo with his parents, Joe (1st from right) and Rose (3rd from right) and his maternal grandparents following his first congressional victory. This Friday will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963. UPI/Files

Vice President Alben Barkley, right, laughs at some remark made as he congratulated John Kennedy, center, new Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, after latter was sworn in at opening of 83rd Congress in Washington, D.C., Jan. 3, 1952. At left is Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (R-Mass.). (AP Photo)

Vice President Alben Barkley, right, laughs at some remark made as he congratulated John Kennedy, center, new Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, after latter was sworn in at opening of 83rd Congress in Washington, D.C., Jan. 3, 1952. At left is Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (R-Mass.). (AP Photo)

Four Democratic Congressmen from Massachusetts leave the White House here today after an appointment with President Truman. Left to right: Reps. John F. Kennedy (Boston); Foster Furcolo (Longmeadow); Philip J. (clinton); and Harold D. Donahue (Worcester). Date Photographed:12 April 1949

Four Democratic Congressmen from Massachusetts leave the White House here today after an appointment with President Truman. Left to right: Reps. John F. Kennedy (Boston); Foster Furcolo (Longmeadow); Philip J. (clinton); and Harold D. Donahue (Worcester). Date Photographed:12 April 1949

1952, JFK in Greenfield

1952, JFK in Greenfield

John F. Kennedy about to sign a card on the 1946 campaign trail

John F. Kennedy about to sign a card on the 1946 campaign trail

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