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Remembering Camelot: The Kennedys in Photos

March US Senator John F. Kennedy with his wife Jacqueline and their baby daughter Caroline in their Georgetown home, Washington D.

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Jackie & Caroline by artsuneel

Jackie & Caroline by artsuneel

Jacquelin Kennedy Attending Luncheon W. Many Diginitaries Including French Pres. Charles Degaulle Photographic Print at Art.com

Jacquelin Kennedy Attending Luncheon W. Many Diginitaries Including French Pres. Charles Degaulle

First Lady Jackie Kennedy attends a luncheon with French President Charles DeGaulle (right) on June 1961 in Washington, D.

JFK takes the oath of office, January 1961

Kennedy sworn in as president: In his inaugural speech, Kennedy said, "Ask not what your country can do for you--ask what you can do for your country.

JFK in Photos

The Kennedy brothers, from left, Robert, Edward and President John F. Kennedy, pose together in August of in Washington D.

Kennedy Mexico City 1962 .

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Jackie Kennedy she is just everything

First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy in Audience at White House Reception for the Latin American Diplomatic Corps - John F.

Deeply saddened and meditating on the damage caused to the community and to the country by the lives lost at the Minnesota Mosque.

Barack Obama is the Most Christian President in American History and Other Thoughts on His Easter Prayer Breakfast

Jackie O - A beautiful and strong woman.  Still in the suit she held her husband as he died in her arms

Jacqueline_Kennedy_Onassis Jacqueline Lee "Jackie" Bouvier Kennedy Onassis July 1929 – May was the wife of the President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, and First Lady of the United States during his presidency from 1961 until his assassination in

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Her secretary Mary Gallagher described Jackie’s life in the White House as “strangely remote,” & claimed she had no really close female friends. Norman Mailer detected “something quite remote in her. detached, moody & abstracted the novelists used to say.” Once, while she sat silently during one of the countless Kennedy family celebrations JFK had said, “A penny for your thoughts,” only to have her tell him, “If I told them to you, they wouldn’t be mine, would they, Jack?”

Jackie Kennedy, warts and all