Sunday, July 15, 1945
JFK was in England and wrote a letter to his family reporting on Kick’s innate ability to charm audiences while making public addresses. He had recently witnessed Kick address the citizens of Derbyshire on a visit to her deceased husband’s Cavendish homestead Chatsworth.
Perhaps feeling somewhat jealous, he added in a barely concealed jab that she, clad in her American Red Cross uniform “looked like a possible candidate” in part by looking “extremely girlish and sweet.”
[216, p. 205]