Roxbury, MA: 1959.
1 page on "Saint Francis De Sales Church" letterhead, 7.25 x 5 inches, Roxbury, Massachusetts, November 16, 1959. In this letter, Kerr complies with a request for his autograph, in part: "...It is a high honor indeed to be a member of that treasured collection. Please keep me and my work in your prayers and may health, happiness, and blessings ever be with you and yours..." Near fine.
Roman Catholic Chaplain of the Massachusetts House of Representatives best known as a former Boston College All-American football player. He played guard on the famous Boston College squad which came up from behind to win, 19-13, over Tennessee in the 1941 Sugar Bowl.