Oct 1959: JFK courting Chicago Mayor Richard J. Daley at Comiskey Park during Dodgers-White Sox World Series game, along with baseball commissioner "Happy" Chandler (with hat) and Daley’s son, Richard M., then a state senator, in foreground. Chicago Sun-Times.
Yenitzy thinks this picture is important because it shows the climax. The climax of The Knife Of Never Letting go is when the mayor's son of Prentisstown finds Viola and Todd once again. But this time, it'll be the last time they will see the Mayor's son. Viola kills him.