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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).

Rep. John Kennedy, Sept. 5, 1952 in Washington urges at a Labor Dept. hearing that minimum wages on government contracts in the textile industry “raised to a realistic level and continued on a national rather than a regional basis.” The present minimum is 87 cents an hour.

Rep. John Kennedy, Sept. 5, 1952 in Washington urges at a Labor Dept. hearing that minimum wages on government contracts in the textile industry “raised to a realistic level and continued on a national rather than a regional basis.” The present minimum is 87 cents an hour.

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

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

July 22nd, 1952 - Representative John F. Kennedy (D-MA) Holds Press Conference to Announce that he has Formed a Congressional Committee to Support Governor Adlai Stevenson for President - Original Associated Press (AP) News Wire Photograph

July 22nd, 1952 - Representative John F. Kennedy (D-MA) Holds Press Conference to Announce that he has Formed a Congressional Committee to Support Governor Adlai Stevenson for President - Original Associated Press (AP) News Wire Photograph

John F. Kennedy posing for campaign photographs: reaching to shake hands, and seated.

John F. Kennedy posing for campaign photographs: reaching to shake hands, and seated.

1/6/1947-Rep. John F. Kennedy of MA, son of the former U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain who suceeds James M. Curley of Boston, MA, in the new Congress. Photo by A. E. Scott.♥❃❋✽✾❀❃ ♥  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy

1/6/1947-Rep. John F. Kennedy of MA, son of the former U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain who suceeds James M. Curley of Boston, MA, in the new Congress. Photo by A. E. Scott.♥❃❋✽✾❀❃ ♥ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy

PRINGFIELD -- Congressman John F. Kennedy, candidate for U.S. Senate, right, appears in Springfield in 1952 with two other top Democratic candidates, Adlai Stevenson, center, candidate for president, and Paul Dever, running for governor. (File photo) (File photo)

John F. Kennedy forged strong ties to Springfield in 1952 on his way to the U.S. Senate

PRINGFIELD -- Congressman John F. Kennedy, candidate for U.S. Senate, right, appears in Springfield in 1952 with two other top Democratic candidates, Adlai Stevenson, center, candidate for president, and Paul Dever, running for governor. (File photo) (File photo)

U.S. Representative John F. Kennedy running for the U.S. Senate seat from Mass.is seated at his desk in his Boston office on October 28, 1952. (AP Photo)

U.S. Representative John F. Kennedy running for the U.S. Senate seat from Mass.is seated at his desk in his Boston office on October 28, 1952. (AP Photo)

1952. JFK

1952. JFK

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