My father was a guest of then-Senator John Kennedy in the Senate Chamber during the 1960 presidential election. The link below is to the photo of his pass, which is allegedly signed by Kennedy himself. However, given the high likelihood of JFK to have used either a secretarial signature or an autopen, especially given the timing of the signature during the campaign cycle, I'm almost entirely convinced this is not an authentic signature. However, I thought I'd check here to get opinions, just to be sure. Look forward to your responses.

Link to photo of item in question



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probably secretarial


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