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100+ Portraits of Iconic People of All Time

John F. Kennedy The 35th President of the United States. JFK presided over the Cuban Missile Crisis and established NASA to put America on the moon. His assassination was controversial and untimely. Date: 1961. Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt.

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JFK tries to calm a spitting-mad LBJ

Lyndon B Johnson yelling at the pilots of a nearby plane to cut their engines so John F Kennedy could speak. JFK is seen trying to calm him down. Taken during the presidential campaign of 1960.


One of the last photos of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. After a diagnosis of cancer in January 1994, she died in New York City on May 19 that same year. She was interred next to her first husband, President John F. Kennedy, and two infant children, a daughter, Arabella, stillborn in 1956, and a son, Patrick, born in 1963, who lived only two days, in Arlington National Cemetery.


Jacqueline Kennedy stands in front of her husband's grave at Arlington National Cemetery on November 28, 1963. With Mrs. Kennedy are, John J. McNally, Jr., Larry O'Brien, Pierre Salinger and Kenneth O'Donnell, all of the White House staff, and her sister, Princess Lee Radziwill. Mrs. Kennedy kneels and makes the sign of the cross. The eternal flame she lit on the day of the funeral is seen in the foreground.


John F. Kennedy Jr. - November 1963..There Are No Words...The Salute Says It All...America Was Heartbroken..


The first nationally televised Presidential debate in 1960, between Vice President Richard M. Nixon and Senator John F. Kennedy.


"Kennedy taking the oath of office as the 35th U.S. president marks first time the magazine placed a presidential inauguration on its cover."