thosekennedys:

"On the flight I looked up at one point, and there were three of the bravest women in the country, Ethel, Jackie and Coretta, speaking to one another about their mutual despair. It was very touching Very touching."-Lem Billings 

thosekennedys:

"On the flight I looked up at one point, and there were three of the bravest women in the country, Ethel, Jackie and Coretta, speaking to one another about their mutual despair. It was very touching Very touching."-Lem Billings 

I love the new look of the blog,everything looks amazing as always :)
karinacupcake

Thank you! I was really bored today.

The trouble with me is that I’m an outsider. And that’s a very hard thing to be in American life. - Jackie Kennedy

(Source: bobbyfkennedy)

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“At night before we’d go to sleep … Jack liked to play some records. And the song he loved most came at the very end of this record, the last side of Camelot … ‘Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot.’ There’ll never be another Camelot again.”  - Jacqueline Kennedy

“At night before we’d go to sleep … Jack liked to play some records. And the song he loved most came at the very end of this record, the last side of Camelot … ‘Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot.’ There’ll never be another Camelot again.”  - Jacqueline Kennedy

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

First Lady Jackie Kennedy holds up her daughter, Caroline, on a tour of Civil War battlefields in Pennsylvania. President Kennedy sits behind the wheel of the convertible.

First Lady Jackie Kennedy holds up her daughter, Caroline, on a tour of Civil War battlefields in Pennsylvania. President Kennedy sits behind the wheel of the convertible.

Jackie Kennedy and her son John, on the North Portico of the White House, May of 1963.

Jackie Kennedy and her son John, on the North Portico of the White House, May of 1963.

Original caption: Crossing the Party Line. Washington: President Kennedy and Mrs. John F. Kennedy arrive to attend dinner at the Georgetown home of Senator John Sherman Cooper, Kentucky Republican, here tonight. It was the first dinner invitation the Kennedys have jointly accepted since they moved into the White House eight days ago. January 28, 1961.

Original caption: Crossing the Party Line. Washington: President Kennedy and Mrs. John F. Kennedy arrive to attend dinner at the Georgetown home of Senator John Sherman Cooper, Kentucky Republican, here tonight. It was the first dinner invitation the Kennedys have jointly accepted since they moved into the White House eight days ago. January 28, 1961.

Original caption: Senator Lyndon Johnson of Texas jokes with Mrs. John F. Kennedy, wife of the Mass. Senator, at the Democratic Party’s Gala 1960 campaign kickoff dinner at the Sheraton Park Hotel tonight. January 1, 1960.

Original caption: Senator Lyndon Johnson of Texas jokes with Mrs. John F. Kennedy, wife of the Mass. Senator, at the Democratic Party’s Gala 1960 campaign kickoff dinner at the Sheraton Park Hotel tonight. January 1, 1960.

Jacqueline Kennedy with her two children, Caroline, and John, during the summer of 1964.

Jacqueline Kennedy with her two children, Caroline, and John, during the summer of 1964.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, May 7, 1975.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, May 7, 1975.

Jacqueline Kennedy waits at the airport for the arrival of the Shah of Iran and his wife Empress Farah Diba during their first visit to America, c. 1963.

Jacqueline Kennedy waits at the airport for the arrival of the Shah of Iran and his wife Empress Farah Diba during their first visit to America, c. 1963.

(Source: tedkennedyswife)

Awe, you changed your icon, I love it <3
politicspoetry

Thanks! It’s so pretty, they’re so pretty, wow. 😍

American First Lady: Jacqueline Kennedy (1961-1963)

American First Lady: Jacqueline Kennedy (1961-1963)

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