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Papers 1863, 1881-1995. Mother of President John F. Kennedy and Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Edward M. Kennedy; wife of Ambassador Joseph P. Kennedy; author, Times to Remember (1974); and advocate for the mentally retarded and for research on mental retardation. Diaries and other writings, speeches, correspondence, family papers, financial record...
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View of an unidentified building along the coast of Florida, during President John F. Kennedy’s cruise from Palm Beach to the Vanderbilt Estate in Manalapan, Florida. [White spot on right side of image is original to the negative.]
View of an unidentified building along the coast of Florida, during President John F. Kennedy’s cruise from Palm Beach to the Vanderbilt Estate in Manalapan, Florida.
Guests arrive for lunch at the Vanderbilt Estate “Eastover” in Manalapan, Florida. Attendees include: President John F. Kennedy (not pictured), First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Princess Lee Radziwill, Harold Vanderbilt, Gertrude Conaway Vanderbilt, George Plimpton, Loel Guinness, Gloria Guinness, Leland Hayward, Pamela Hayward, Harry Kurnitz, Natalie...
President John F. Kennedy (left, back to camera) shakes hands with a Manalapan (Florida) Police officer in Lantana, Florida. The President traveled by boat from Palm Beach to Lantana, en route to a luncheon at the Vanderbilt Estate in Manalapan.
President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy sail aboard the presidential yacht “Honey Fitz,” off the coast of Palm Beach, Florida; the Kennedys traveled by boat to the Vanderbilt Estate in Manalapan, Florida, to attend a luncheon. Also onboard: Princess Lee Radziwill, sister of the First Lady; Gianni Agnelli, heir of Fiat car compan...
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