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We mainly remember her from the white house, as the first lady but here we see her as a young, single woman, fighting her way through Washington, trying to make a mark within the restrictive walls of the 1950’s.  Jacqueline’s first job, at the age of 23, was acquired in 1951 at the Washington Times Herald, where she worked  as a photographer and reporter for the column “The Inquiring Camera Girl.”


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