JFK's last autograph nets big bucks at auction





What could be the last autograph signed by President Kennedy was sold recently at an auction of itmes linked to his assassination in Texas.

Kennedy reportedly signed the front page of the Dallas Morning News, which contained a photo of him and the first lady and a preview of their arrival that day in Dallas.

A Dallas woman handed the president the newspaper and he signed it for her, according to Heritage Auctions, the company that sold the item. The date of his assassination, which came about two hours later, was on the front page of that paper near his signature.

The newspaper was purchased by Joe Maddalena, president and owner of Profiles in History in Calabassas, California for $39,000.



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