Melody Miller collection on the Kennedy family, 1960-2009.

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Miller, Melody. Melody Miller collection on the Kennedy family, 1960-2009.

Melody Miller collection on the Kennedy family, 1960-2009.

The Melody Miller Collection on the Kennedy Family includes 19 publications (15 books, 3 miniature books, 1 magazine) and a charm bracelet of the PT 109. This collection of memorabilia and inscribed publications of the Kennedy family was collected by Melody Miller and illustrates the effect the Kennedys had on America. Publication topics include biographies of Kennedy family members, the political careers of John Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Edward Kennedy, memorial tributes, and a book of essays on national issues such as education, health care, war, and social injustice by Robert and Edward Kennedy. The books are inscribed to Melody Miller with warm messages from the three Kennedy brothers and other public figures from the twentieth century.

2 cubic feet.

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