Five months before his death, Kennedy visited Ireland and gave a speech that was uplifting and motivating to an Irish nation that was still young.
“This has never been a rich or powerful country, and yet, since earliest times, its influence on the world has been rich and powerful. No larger nation did more to keep Christianity and Western culture alive in their darkest centuries. No larger nation did more to spark the cause of independence in America, indeed, around the world. And no larger nation has ever provided the world with more literary and artistic genius."
Kennedy referred to his Irish visit as "the best four days of his life'". He planned to return with his family in Spring 1964, sadly, it was not meant to be.
Dimensions: 16” X 10” approx.