John F. Kennedy Wanted for Treason Nov '63 Dallas Poster
Rare poster, circulated in Dallas at the time of John F. Kennedy's November 1963 visit. Poster proclaims, ''WANTED FOR TREASON'' below two front and profile photographs of Kennedy, and makes seven charges against him, including ''Betraying the Constitution'' and being ''lax in enforcing Communist Registration laws.'' The Warren Commission investigated the source of these documents, and determined that a man named Robert Surrey printed approximately 5,000 of them in handbill size, but that Surrey had no connection to Lee Harvey Oswald. Despite this, questions regarding the connection of Dallas extremists associated with the handbills to Oswald have persisted. Very few of the handbills now exist, as the vast majority were destroyed before Kennedy was killed. Even fewer of the larger size posters were printed, of which this is an example. Poster measures 22.5'' x 28.5'' and has the same content on the verso, but in Italian. Minor foxing, uniform toning and folds, with small holes at the fold intersections. Overall in very good condition.
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