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Caroline and John picking out a toy on their last day at the Whitehouse.Agent Bob Foster is holding John.

Caroline and John picking out a toy on their last day at the Whitehouse.Agent Bob Foster is holding John.

Secret Service Agent Bob Foster, Caroline, Maude Shaw, John Jr, and Agent Tom Wells.

Secret Service Agent Bob Foster, Caroline, Maude Shaw, John Jr, and Agent Tom Wells.

President Kennedy & Caroline exit St. Francis Xavier Church in Hyannis after attending mass. April 4 1963

President Kennedy & Caroline exit St. Francis Xavier Church in Hyannis after attending mass. April 4 1963

Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) presents a new pony, “Tex” to Caroline Kennedy (CBK); children playing on the South Lawn - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ) presents a new pony, “Tex” to Caroline Kennedy (CBK); children playing on the South Lawn - John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

youngfirstlady:    Kennedy was defensive of Jackie. Despite claims that he feared her style would be a campaign liability, he vigorously praised her intelligence in a heated discussion with reporter Laura Berquist, and in a private memo to his staff, he scribbled a single line to them that made his intentions clear: “We need to promote her more.” With all he had to focus on out on the trail, Kennedy remained preoccupied with her.

youngfirstlady: Kennedy was defensive of Jackie. Despite claims that he feared her style would be a campaign liability, he vigorously praised her intelligence in a heated discussion with reporter Laura Berquist, and in a private memo to his staff, he scribbled a single line to them that made his intentions clear: “We need to promote her more.” With all he had to focus on out on the trail, Kennedy remained preoccupied with her.

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