President John F. Kennedy, 1917 - 1963, the 35th President of the United States of America, House Representative and US Senator, World War II war hero, first Roman Catholic president, and Pulitzer Prize winner for his war time biography, “Profiles in Courage”. Due to his efforts to end the cold war and unite people of all race, colors and creeds, he is considered one of the most respected Presidents in history. Pope Paul VI, 1897 - 1978, leader of the Catholic faith in the Vatican from 1963 until 1978. He encouraged relations between Protestants and Orthodox faiths, becoming one of the most influential Popes for peace. In 2014, his beatification was complete and he was declared a Saint for having lived a life of heroic virtue. Here is a scarce 8-1/2” x 10-1/2” original World’s Fair issued First Day Issue Cache in celebration of both these remarkable men. It was issued only one day from one post office, April 22, 1964, picturing Pope Paul VI and John Kennedy vieweing the model of Michelangelo’s Pieta in 1963. It has the official 5c stamp released for just “New York World’s Fair 1964-1965”. The cache is was signed by Pope Paul VI and dated also in his hand, Oct. 1st, 1976, and the display also includes an original signature by President John F. Kennedy.