OT-Condolence books for Sen. Kennedy

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    OT-Condolence books for Sen. Kennedy

    Hi Ladies! Was just wondering if anyone knew the locations for the condolence books for Senator Kennedy. I know there is one at the JFK Library, I think one at Bowdoin st., and I think on the news the other night I heard there would be one either at the State house or at City Hall, but I can't find any info. about that one. My Mom really wants to sign it. I told her there was an online book, but she wants pen and paper (can't say I blame her). Google has thus far failed me...can you help?
    Thanks!
     
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    Re: OT-Condolence books for Sen. Kennedy

    The only one I know of is the JFK library. My mother went there at 7am this morning and saw his body. She said it was extremely moving, as my family were huge supporters and fans of the entire Kennedy family.
     
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    Re: OT-Condolence books for Sen. Kennedy

    This is part of the email she sent me"

    "Susan and I just got back from the JFK - we got there at 7:10 and went in the library at 7:50.  Ted's body was in a huge room with huge windows overlooking the ocean - so beautiful.  He was surrounded by five service men/women standing guard and there were seats where family members sat.  It was extremely moving."

     
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    Re: OT-Condolence books for Sen. Kennedy

    I really wanted to go, but I couldn't get out of work either day.  :-(
     
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    Re: OT-Condolence books for Sen. Kennedy

    I hope he knew how beloved he was when he was still alive.  The people lining the roads from Hyannisport to Boston yesterday was something I'll never forget.
     

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