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  • Sharon

    Jackie Kennedy - Paris, Elysée Palace, Paris July 1961

  • Kathleen McKinney

    Jackie was the toast of Paris when the President took his first trip abroad. He said "I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris".

  • Kimberly Ann

    Jacqueline in Paris, Elysée Palace, Paris July 1961: Photo by Jacques Lowe While in Paris, she became more of celebrity than her husband, provoking Kennedy’s statement ““I am the man who accompanied Jacqueline Kennedy to Paris.”

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