Correspondent November 22, 2013
CLERMONT — The 50th anniversary of President John E Kennedy's assassination is being marked at the Presidents Hall of Fame with an exhibit showing off some of the museum's expansive Kennedy collection. Items displayed include china, furniture, photos and more. It is one of the largest Kennedy collections in the state, museum leaders said. "We really want to share the Kennedy administration with everybody and the spark and spirit of what Camelot really was," said John Zweifel, the museum's owner and cu-rator. Kennedy was shot and killed Nov. 22, 1963, while traveling in a presidential motor-cade in Dallas. The museum at 123 N. U.S. Highway 27 is known for its vast collection of presidential
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