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    Robert F. Kennedy Signed Letter to Sammy Davis Jr. with Photo. Single-page, typed letter on U.S. Senate stationery dated July 12, 1966, from Bobby Kennedy to Sammy Davis Jr. It reads in part: "Many thanks for your telegram, and for the invitation to the party at the new Living Room. As you may know, Ethel and I were in Canada, July 6, and, therefore, unable to come. However, we look forward to getting together with you sometime soon." The letter is signed by Kennedy in black ink, and is in Excellent condition with light overall tanning and two punch holes to the top. Also included is a 3.25" x 4.5" b&w photo of the two men together, also signed by Kennedy and in Excellent condition with very light wear. From the Sammy Davis Jr. Estate. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    October, 2006
    6th-7th Friday-Saturday
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