Letter from Jacquelyn Kennedy Onassis to Congressman William McCulloch
@ National Museum of African American History and Culture
DescriptionThis three-page letter (abc) and envelope (d) from Jacquelyn Kennedy Onassis is addressed to Congressman William McCulloch of Ohio. Onassis thanks him for his support of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and for supporting her husband, President John. F. Kennedy. The stationery pages are pale blue, square-shaped and have a logo in the top left corner that contains an image of Aristotle Onassis's yacht, named after his daughter, and text that reads [On Board S/Y Christina]. The letter is handwritten in printscript and is signed [Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis]. The envelope is addressed [Congressman William M. McCulloch / House Office Building / Washington DC / USA] and has two postage stamps and a black ink stamp in the top right. The text of the ink stamp is illegible but it appears to be in Greek.
Ink On Paper
Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of James F. Dicke, II