Thank you! I totally agree…they are sadly fascinating…
Thank you! :)
April 14, 1963: President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy with their children after Easter services in Palm Beach, Florida.
The Kennedy’s spend Easter Sunday 1963 in Palm Beach, Florida.
JFK in formal white tie and tails and the First Lady host a state dinner for Her Royal Highness Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxemborg, April 30, 1963. This photograph is notable in that JFK was rarely seen in public touching Jackie and his natural wavy hair (there were rumors that he had his hair straightened) can be seen.
Howell Conant photographs President John F. Kennedy as he smokes a cigarrillo outside his NYC studio, 1963.
Jack and Jackie photographed in Jack’s senate office by Mark Shaw, 1959.
President Kennedy and first lady Jackie Kennedy are keen observers as the United States yacht Weatherly takes Australia’s Gretel, in the first of the races for the 1962 America’s Cup off Newport, Rhode Island.
Bobby Kennedy and daughter Kerry photographed by George Silk, 1964.
1958: No new mother likes to wake her sleeping baby. So when Life photographer Ed Clark asked Senator John F. Kennedy if he could get a shot with him and his four-month-old daughter, Caroline, who was sleeping upstairs while the three lunched at the family’s Georgetown home, it was no surprise that Jacqueline Kennedy said, “No.” Regardless, Jack bounded upstairs and Clark followed. In doing so, Clark, known for his gentlemanly manner, which won him the trust of Washington and Hollywood stars alike, captured one of the most memorably intimate images of the future president as a family man.
Jack and Jackie in Hyannis Port, June 1953.
Cornell Capa photographs JFK on Kennedy’s campaign train in California, September 8-9, 1960.
Senator John F. Kenndy getting a cheer from high school girls while on the campaign trail before the Wisconsin primary, 1960. Photographed by Stan Wyman.