United States Senator John F Kennedy helping his wife, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, adjust a camera in front of their home in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts.
Mrs. John F. Kennedy at a dinner to thank supporters of the Kennedy Memorial Library.
The picture above shows the journal Jacqueline and her sister Lee kept while traveling through Europe, illustrated with photographs and sketches, which they later gave to their parents. Also shown is Jacqueline ‘s camera that she used while employed at the Washington-Times Herald from 1952 to 1953 and an April 1953 installment of her column featuring future husband John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard M. Nixon.
My personal photographs from my trip to the John F. Kennedy Museum on August 28, 2009. Here in the picture above are a few of Jacqueline’s things that they have on display. Including a picture of Jacqueline and her mother, her baby brush and her childhood prayer book.
Jacqueline Bouvier, daughter of Mr and Mrs John V Bouvier III of East Hampton, sitting on a wooden fence during the Smithtown Horse Show, St. James, Long Island, New York. Jacqueline rode in horsemanship classes. Her mother is the former Janet N Lee, well known horsewoman, who also competed in classes at the horse shows.
Jacqueline Kennedy with Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. and sister Lee at Patricia Kennedy and Peter Lawford’s wedding on April 24, 1954.
Jackie Kennedy window shopping for a frame for a painting done by her husband, Senator Jack Kennedy (D-Mass). With her is the dog of Jack’s best friend, Lem Billings. (May 1954)
Mrs. John F. Kennedy with Mr. John Kenneth Galbraith during her tour of India.
July 4th 1938: Jacqueline Bouvier, holding her dog, Tammy, during an Independence Day celebration, South Hampton, Long Island, New York.
First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy chatting with her brother-in-law, actor Peter Lawford, as they stand with others at JFK’s Inaugural Ball.
Lyndon Johnson chatting with John Kennedy & his wife Jackie at the president’s inaugural ball.