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    Parish-Hadley Associates Inc. Records
    1960-1986

    Papers, 1960-1986 [bulk 1960-1966]. Interior design firm of New York based designers Sister Parish (Mrs. Henry Parish II) and Albert Hadley. The interior decorating firm Parish-Hadley Associates, Inc., worked with Jacqueline Kennedy to decorate the White House and John and Jacqueline Kennedy’s personal homes, and documents the firm's working relati...

  • Digitized Museum Artifact
    Black Suit
    John F. Kennedy Museum CollectionFall-Winter 1956

    A suit in black ribbed wool by Garrigue with shell blouse in ivory dot-embroidered silk satin (Model number 04637). The jacket is lined in the same fabric as the blouse. The blouse cuffs are an illusion, when the jacket is removed, a sleeveless shell is revealed.

  • Digitized Museum Artifact
    Asparagus Green Suit
    John F. Kennedy Museum Collectionca. 1959

    A knit suit in asparagus green wool jersey with an ivory linen trim. The blouson jacket with canted ribbon trim has been cut from a single piece of fabric. The starched organdy collar attaches to the neckline by means of a series of press studs so that it may be detached for laundering. This French suit (probably from the boutique of a Paris coutur...

  • Digitized Museum Artifact
    Pink Evening Dress
    John F. Kennedy Museum Collection1960

    A short evening dress in deep pink silk radzimir (Model number 3118). There is minimal detail on the front of this dress, the back has a ribbed-weave silk fabric twisted and finished with a hand tied bow.

  • Digitized Moving Image
    Address to the Houston Ministers Conference, 12 September 1960
    Independent Film Producers Collection12 September 1960

    Motion picture of Senator John F. Kennedy addressing the Greater Houston Ministerial Conference during the 1960 presidential campaign. Reverend George Reck gives the invocation. Reverend Herbert Meza introduces Senator Kennedy. Senator Kennedy delivers his prepared remarks on religious freedom and tolerance, the separation of church and state, and ...

  • Digitized Museum Artifact
    Yellow Suit
    John F. Kennedy Museum Collection1961

    A suit in pale yellow silk-and-wool Alaskine with a jacket and an A-line skirt. The boxy jacket is collarless and has three fabric-covered buttons, off center closure and an off center pocket to balance. The skirt is A-line with a side zipper.

  • Digitized Museum Artifact
    Pink and White Evening Dress with Stole
    John F. Kennedy Museum Collection1961

    An evening dress in pink and white raffia lace with matching kerchief stole. The fabric has a scalloped edge at the hem, neckline and the arm holes. This dress is fitted at waist and falls straight to the heel.

  • Digitized Museum Artifact
    Ivory Evening Coat
    John F. Kennedy Museum CollectionSpring-Summer 1961

    A full length collarless ivory silk coat with three-quarter length sleeves (model 3378). This coat has minimal seams and a plain front. With this magnificent opera coat Givenchy paid homage to his mentor Balenciaga by manipulating a great sweep of fabric (double the weight of the used for the matching dress) with a minimum of seams.

  • Digitized Photographic Image
    AR6687-F. President John F. Kennedy Meets with Mohammad Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan
    White House Photographs11 July 1961

    President John F. Kennedy meets with President Mohammad Ayub Khan of Pakistan. (L – R): Secretary of State Dean Rusk; Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; President Mohammad Ayub Khan; President Kennedy (seated in fabric-covered rocking chair). Two unidentified men with backs to camera. Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C.

  • Digitized Photographic Image
    KN-C18318. President John F. Kennedy Meets with Mohammad Ayub Khan, President of Pakistan
    White House Photographs11 July 1961

    President John F. Kennedy meets with President Mohammad Ayub Khan of Pakistan. Seated (L – R): Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson; President Mohammad Ayub Khan; President Kennedy (seated in fabric-covered rocking chair. In background (L - R): White House photographer Captain Cecil Stoughton; unidentified photographer (camera hiding face). Oval Off...

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