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  • Sharon Bijoux

    Great photo: The Kennedy Children, 1928.  (L-R) Jean, Bobby, Patricia, Eunice, Kathleen, Rosemary, Jack, Joe Jr. Hyannis Port, 1928. Photograph in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston.

  • Ümit Özmen

    The Kennedy family children, taken in 1928. pic.twitter.com/CubBXEK5jP

  • John Szkutnicki

    The Kennedy Kids, Hyannis Port, 1928. pic.twitter.com/Sbx5pLUEFH

  • Juan Nel

    The eight Kennedy children, Hyannis Port, 1928 - This Day in History: May 29, 1917: John F. Kennedy is born

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