Senator John F. Kennedy and his bride, the former Jacqueline Lee Bouvier, leave a Newport, Rhode Island, church following their wedding ceremony. An estimated one thousand people waited outside the church for the newlyweds.
September 13, 1953 Licentie
John Fitzgerald Kennedy (1917-63), pictured in the 1960s in Washington, D.C. 09 November 1960, he was the first Catholic, and the youngest person, to be elected for Democratic party the president of the USA. 22 November 1963, Kennedy...Meer
January 01, 1960 Licentie
President John F. Kennedy relaxes with a cigar and a newspaper aboard his family yacht, the Honey Fitz. Sailing was one of Kennedy's favorite pastimes.
January 01, 1900 Licentie
Eleanor Roosevelt appears at a rally at the New York Coliseum in November 1960 in support of presidential candidate John F. Kennedy (left) and his running mate, Lyndon B. Johnson.
November 05, 1960 Licentie
Headed For the White House. Washington, D.C.: John F. Kennedy, wearing top hat, and his wife, Jacqueline, leave their Georgetown home for the White House, where they had coffee with President Eisenhower prior to inauguration...Meer
January 20, 1961 Licentie
Democratic presidential nominee, John F. Kennedy waves as he boards a plane enroute to his Massachusetts home. On the ramp with Kennedy are Robert Kennedy, his brother and campaign manager (L) Mrs. R. Kennedy (R) the children are...Meer
July 17, 1960 Licentie
Sen. Edward Kennedy and his brothers, John Kennedy and Robert Kennedy , are shown at Hyannisport, Massachusetts. Being the complete politician is something the Senator learned from his father and brothers.
July 20, 1960 Licentie
US President John F. Kennedy with his wife, Jackie, and their daughter, Caroline.
President Kennedy smiles on his first anniversary in the White House.
January 20, 1962 Licentie
This smiling close-up of President Kennedy was made at the White House on the eve of his 46th birthday, which he plans to celebrate with a quiet dinner party tomorrow at the White House. Picture was made while Kennedy was meeting with...Meer
May 28, 1963 Licentie
John F. Kennedy Jr.