In November of 1963, a Mason County mail clerk wrote a letter of condolence to Jackie Kennedy following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. She received an acknowledgement from Mrs. Kennedy, and never really thought about the letter again. Then last fall she received a phone call. Historian Ellen Fitzpatrick wanted to use the letter in a book, “Letters to Jackie.” In that book 250 of the millions of letters written to Mrs. Kennedy were printed. One of them was Frances Nash’s of Mason County. John McGowan and Photo-journalist Corey Petee visited with her today. Click here to watch.