JFK auction items fetch $2M
Hundreds of personal items once belonging to President John F. Kennedy were recently discovered in the home of a former aide, David F. Powers. The artifacts, including photos and clothing, offer a new look at the iconic politician. The items which include Kennedy's Air Force One bomber jacket and a signed photo of Kennedy shaking hands with Harry Truman were auctioned off for up to $2M. Fortunately, you don't have to fork over thousands of bucks to take a look at some of the more interesting items -- once lost, now found -- from Camelot.
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