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Jacqueline Kennedy lifts the skirt of her ivory double-faced silk satin twill inaugural ball gown, designed by Oleg Cassini, as she and her husband, President-elect John F. Kennedy, leave their Georgetown home in the snowfall en route to the inaugural concert in Washington, D.C., Jan. 19, 1961. (AP Photo/File)

Jacqueline Kennedy lifts the skirt of her inaugural ball gown as she and her husband, President-elect John F. Kennedy, leave their Georgetown home in the snowfall en route to the inaugural concert in Washington, D.

Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy with John, Jr. in England in 1965. She was there when Queen Elizabeth II dedicated Great Britain's official memorial to President Kennedy at Runnymede, England. The memorial included several acres of meadowland given in perpetuity from Britain to the U.S., near where King John had signed the Magna Carta in 1215.

Jacqueline Kennedy - attends the inauguration of a memorial to her husband John F. Kennedy in Runnymede, Surrey, nearly eighteen months after his assassination. Holding her hand is her young son, John F.

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First lady Jacqueline Kennedy and John Jr. attend Mass on Easter Sunday ~ Palm Beach, April

Mrs. Kennedy brings John John onto the White House North Portico to meet some astronauts, 1963.

Jackie and John Kennedy, Jr. onto the White House North Portico to meet some astronauts,

February 4, 1961.  Jackie Kennedy with President John F. Kennedy and children at the White House in Washington DC.

February 4, 1961

The Kennedy Clan, 1961 President John F. Kennedy, Caroline, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, and baby John arrived at the White House

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Children of Jacqueline and Pres. John F Kennedy. Kennedy Jr and sister Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg.

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John F. Kennedy Assassination, Jackie Kennedy Photos

By Frank HURLEY . Democratic presidential nominee John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline, ride up Broadway in a ticker-tape parade. Image by Frank Hurley via NY Daily News

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