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  • Jerri Gullion

    May 19, 1962: Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, Actress Marilyn Monroe, President John F. Kennedy, and Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. at a birthday party held for the President by Arthur Krim at Krim's New York apartment. Taken at an after party on the night Marilyn Monroe famously sang the President "Happy Birthday," this photograph didn't emerge until 2010. It's the only known photo of them together.

  • LJ

    Marilyn Monroe with John Kennedy the night she sang Happy Birthday to the President, May 19, 1962 - the only known photo of them together

  • Kirsten

    U.S. President John F. Kennedy (with his back to the camera), U.S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy (far left), and actress Marilyn Monroe, on the occasion of President Kennedy's 45th birthday celebrations at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. is at the far right. Facing the camera in the rear appears singer Harry Belafonte.

  • Lauweenie

    Actress Marilyn Monroe stands between Robert Kennedy, left, and John F. Kennedy at a party following a May 19, 1962, fundraiser at Madison Square Garden where Monroe famously sang “Happy Birthday” to JFK. (Photo by Cecil Stoughton)

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    La vida de Marilyn Monroe, en 52 imágenes - Norma Jean, quien más tarde se...

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