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Papers, 1942-1997. Step-brother of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. Correspondence; memoir, Growing Up With Jackie: My Memories (1997).
Papers 1919-2002. The Personal Papers of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, First Lady of the United States (1960-1963.) Textual materials include staff files of Mary Gallagher, Pamela Turnure, Letitia Baldridge and Nancy Tuckerman, condolence mail, and printed materials. These files contain press releases, official and personal correspondence, notes, cli...
In this interview, Lord Harlech discusses John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] early opinions on disarmament; dealings with Nikita S. Khrushchev and the Soviet Union; the Cuban crisis; issues with selling and testing American missiles; how JFK’s relationship with British Prime Minister M. Harold Macmillan developed over time and how they worked together on spec...
In this interview Lord Harlech discusses his earlier memories of Robert F. Kennedy [RFK] from the 1930s through the 1950s; RFK’s religion; RFK’s character, including some of his interests, faults, and struggles; dealings in Vietnam under John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] Administration; RFK’s difficult relationship with Lyndon B. Johnson; RFK’s relationship ...
In this interview Heckscher discusses John F. Kennedy [JFK] and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis as an “inspiration to cultural life”; Heckscher’s involvement in government affairs prior to becoming a Special Consultant to the President; the invitation of 168 artists to JFK’s 1961 inauguration and its impact; how Heckscher came to work for the Wh...
In this interview Father Huber discusses hearing about John F. Kennedy’s [JFK] assassination and heading to Parkland Memorial Hospital; administering the last rites to JFK and speaking with Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis immediately after; and Catholic beliefs about death and the soul, “apparent death” versus “real death,” and the reason behind...
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