: Four congressmen from Massachusetts are shown leaving the White House today after an appointment with President Truman. Left to right: Rep. John F. Kennedy (D), Boston; Rep. Foster Furcolo (D) of Springfield; Rep. Philip J. Philbin (D), Clinton and Harold D. Donohue (D) of Worcester. Date Photographed:12 April 1949
The chief Executive...President Harry S. Truman is applauded by Seminarians Brighton residence of archbishop Richard Cushing, who stands by the president. Also on hand were Gov. Paul Dever (left) and Congressman John F. Kennedy (behind the Archbishop). An estimated [?] persons greeted the President as his motorcade drove through. Date Photographed:17 October 1952
President and Mrs. Kennedy stand in front of the White House, 1961.
Monday June 21, 1948 John Kennedy opens with Don Gaetano Piccinini institute Don Orione Avezzano, many young guests attending the ceremony memorable delighted to watch a special guest who will become the 35th president of the United States of America on 20 January 1961 and held office until his assassination .
Four Democratic Congressmen from Massachusetts leave the White House here today after an appointment with President Truman. Left to right: Reps. John F. Kennedy (Boston); Foster Furcolo (Longmeadow); Philip J. (clinton); and Harold D. Donahue (Worcester). Date Photographed:12 April 1949
Congressman John F. Kennedy 1948 Voting Booth Original News-Service Photograph
1946. John F. Kennedy having dinner with his family, friends, and campaign workers. Seated left to right: Francis X. Morrissey, Mary Josephine Fitzgerald, Eunice Kennedy (center), Jack, Honey Fitz, and Joseph F. Timilty. Lem Billings is standing behind Josie Fitzgerald. Kenny O'Donnell and Helen Sullivan (the future Mrs. O'Donnell) are standing behind Jack and Honey Fitz