A single 45 RPM President John F. Kennedy Memorial vinyl phonograph record album in original paper sleeve record jacket with black-and-white photo on the front - containing the complete JFK 1961 Presidential Inaugural speech, together with excerpts of from other memorable speeches from his presidency. The 1961 inaugural address includes JFK's most often quoted words - "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country!"
This single 45 RPM record memorial album was issued shortly after his assassination in November 1963. The label states it includes the complete 1961 inaugural address and excerpts of other speeches (which not identified on either the record label or the jacket). Also included is a narration by David Cobb, which he wrote with David Beasely.
Although the sleeve jacket is brittle and shows heavy age discoloration, the record itself is unscratched and in "Near Mint" condition. There is, however, one thumb print on the front-side only. The record has not been played by us, and may well never have been played. Therefore we believe the sound is good.
CONDITION NOTE: Record sleeve is brittle with heavy age discoloration. The record is unscratched and probably has never been played. There is one smudged thumb-print on the front-side. There are several small creases and reinforced edge tears on the jacket. ALL FLAWS ARE CLEARLY VISIBLE in the photos.
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