Watch out Mr. President.
Labor Day weekend in Hyannis Port, 1963.
It is nice to see that Jack and Jackie did not push gender appropriate toys on their children.
John F. Kennedy and wife Jackie at Newport Country Club, September 13, 1963.
|Does anyone know what time Jackie was born? Random question, it just came to my mind. I always thought it was 5:00pm but i'm not sure.|
I think I read it was around 2:00 pm.
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This is one of the sweetest messages I have recieved, thank you so much! I am so glad you have the confidence to be yourself, it is something many people never get.
President-elect Kennedy talks to reporters shortly after the birth of his son, John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. 1960
One of my favorite videos. LOL. Love how they are still referring to John Jr as it and not him.
These photographs by Mark Shaw, never used, were taken during the Bay of Pigs disaster in 1961. The President later commented that he had decided not to release them. ‘I looked too serious.’ It was a grim, tense day, but he brought none of this to the top floor of the White House. Afterward he had lunch, a sandwich and fruit on a small tray. He made no mention of the cause and reason for his quiet.
John F. Kennedy Jr. in Atoka, Virginia, October 27, 1963.
Sunday mass with the Kennedys
Jack & Jackie in their trade mark sunglasses.
Jack and Jackie Kennedy arrive to attend a mass in Middleburg, VA, c. 1961
Senator John F. Kennedy with his blushing bride, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy on their wedding day, September 12, 1953.
Summer sailing, 1953
Senator Kennedy and daughter Caroline, summer of 1960.