Sunday, January 31, 2010

Edward M. Kennedy Institute in Boston will feature a replica of his office

His mahogany desk on the Senate floor will remain there, his name inscribed in a drawer below his brother’s. His papers, spanning almost five decades of lawmaking, will go to the John F. Kennedy Library. And the treasured mementos from his office walls - family letters; his brother’s dog tags; Cape Cod seascapes he painted - will hang again, in a replica of the office on Boston’s Columbia Point, at the heart of the new Edward M. Kennedy Institute.


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