Onze site gebruikt cookies om diensten te leveren, prestaties te verbeteren, voor analyse en (indien je niet ingelogd bent) voor advertenties. Door LibraryThing te gebruiken erken je dat je onze Servicevoorwaarden en Privacybeleid gelezen en begrepen hebt. Je gebruik van de site en diensten is onderhevig aan dit beleid en deze voorwaarden.

Nagelaten Bibliotheek: John Fitzgerald Kennedy

JohnFKennedy is een Nagelaten Bibliotheek. Nagelaten Bibliotheken zijn de persoonlijke bibliotheken van beroemde lezers, ingevoerd door LibraryThing leden uit de Nagelaten Bibliotheken groep.

JohnFKennedy is ook een auteur.

» Zie John F. Kennedy's auteurspagina.

Doorzoek JohnFKennedy's boeken

Willekeurige boeken van JohnFKennedy

The necessity for choice; prospects of American foreign policy door Henry Kissinger

Mussolini's Italy door Herman Finer

The world of David Dubinsky door Max D. Danish

The record of America door James Truslow Adams

The economics of trusteeship in Somalia door Mark Karp

Of Lena Geyer door Marcia Davenport

Many-colored fleece door Mariella Gable

Leden met JohnFKennedy's boeken

Verbanden tussen leden

Vrienden: marilynmonroelibrary, WHLibrary1963

Helper-insignes

FiverTenner

 

Lid: JohnFKennedy

VerzamelingenJouw bibliotheek (134)

BesprekingenGeen

Trefwoorden122 Bowdoin Street (73), (9), travel (2), james bond (1), traveler (1), investments (1), england (1), anachronistic (1) — alle trefwoorden

Wolkentrefwoordenwolk, auteurswolk, trefwoordenlijst

Over mijn boekenThe current (6/2008) inventories of JFK's books are not good. The information is thin. Only a small number of books have anything more than the title listed. The most detailed list is called "Not Comprehensive".

I did not tag those books, as the locations of these books are unknown to me. They may all be at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, but that information could not be found on their website.

At the bottom of the Not Comprehensive list is a link to "Books at 122 Bowdoin Street". I tagged the books "122 Bowdoin Street" from that list. Not many books from Bowdoin St. could be positively identified, as they are only titles.

I was careful to add editions which made the most sense. Like, pre-1963, and if a book had a printing of 1937 and 1944, I'd choose 1937, as JFK likely wasn't buying a lot of books in 1944. I also generally, all other things being equal, chose Boston printings over New York. I could be wrong, but it's what I have to go on. I'd also choose the trade hardback, not reprint editions, like Grosset & Dunlap, or paperbacks. There were very few of these which were even possibilities.

One interesting thing, he had several books related to Life Insurance. Also, a bit more Communist/ Left stuff than I anticipated.

What remains to be entered now are mostly official reports of different sorts. Some of the titles are too vague, or the year is omitted, and a year is needed to determine which report it is. There are also a few titles which are too vague to deduce which is intended.

So, the list of which books are yet needed to be found (or manually entered) can be found on the website:
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df25kgq7_55g79fkmcz

I remove titles as they are found and entered.

GroepenGeen

Homepagehttp://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df25kgq7_55g79fkmcz

Werkelijke naamJohn Fitzgerald Kennedy

WoonplaatsArlington National Cemetery

Favoriete auteursNiet aangegeven

Soort gebruikeropenbaar

URL's /profile/JohnFKennedy (profiel)
/catalog/JohnFKennedy (bibliotheek)

Lid sindsJun 25, 2008

Over | Contact | LibraryThing.com | Privacy/Voorwaarden | Help/Veelgestelde vragen | Blog | Winkel | APIs | TinyCat | Nagelaten Bibliotheken | Vroege Recensenten | Algemene kennis | 162,187,470 boeken! | Bovenbalk: Altijd zichtbaar