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Camelot - The Kennedy's

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36 Stunning Color Photos Of The Kennedy White House

36 Stunning Color Photos Of The Kennedy White House

At the time, the majority of the public did not know Jackie’s suit was pink: In 1963, newspapers didn't print color photos and television news wasn't broadcast in color.

Lt. John F. Kennedy and his brother, Ensign Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., circa 1942


Jackie and JFK

John F Kennedy 1967 Issue-13c - The 13 cent issue of 1967 was first issued in Brookline, Massachusetts, on May 29 of that year. The issue was designed by Stevan Dohanos, modeled after a photograph by Jacques Loew in the book The Kennedy Years. The 13-cent Kennedy stamp paid the rates for both foreign surface letters and air postcards. Kennedy, like all other presidents up to and including President L.B. Johnson, was honored on the AMERIPEX commemorative issue of 1986.

Marilyn Monroe Sings 'Happy Birthday' to JFK, May 19, 1962: A Photographer Remembers - LIFE

Funny coincidence history about John Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln.

Victorious Young Kennedys, President-elect John Kennedy with Wife and Mother, November 21, 1960 by Paul Schutzer

President John Kennedy with wife Jacqueline in the Inaugural Parade.

jackie and john kennedy photos - Bing Images

Carolyn Kisses John Kennedy

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Presidential Candidate John Kennedy Speaks to the Greater Houston Ministerial Association, September 12, 1960

Young John Kennedy

John Kennedy for Vice President in 1956 - #history

John Kennedy

Jacqueline Kennedy & John Kennedy


Jacqueline Kennedy & John Kennedy


JFK & Jackie

History's Most Fashionable First Ladies

Ich bin ein Berliner. John F. Kennedy

Senator John F. Kennedy appears on the Jack Paar show in 1960, to promote his presidential campaign. During the clip the host asks JFK why he went into politics, and why he is running for president. Kennedy also discusses the imminent threat of communism, and declares, “The US is the only guardian at the gate against communistic advance.” JFK was tragically assassinated by communist-leaning lone-nut Lee Harvey Oswald, three years later.