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President John F. Kennedy's grandfather, Patrick J. Kennedy, sitting in a parlor playing cards with friends. The photograph was sent to President Kennedy with a letter dated January 20, 1961, from John G. Grainger. Seated around the table, left to right, are: Mrs. Grady, Patrick J. Kennedy, unknown man (standing), Miss Kitty Lally, Dr. William H. G...
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy and her classmates from Dorchester High School (D. H. S.) in Dorchester, Massachusetts, performing a mock wedding. Ruth Johnson Davey sent this photograph and one other to President John F. Kennedy with a letter dated May 4, 1963. The inscription on the verso of the photograph reads: "Mock Wedding at home of Dot Powers (in d...
Rose Kennedy and a small group of her classmates from Dorchester High School (D. H. S.) in Dorchester, Massachusetts, standing against a wall. The woman in the middle is holding a leather ball. Ruth Johnson Davey sent this photograph and one other to President John F. Kennedy with a letter dated May 4, 1963. The inscription on the verso of the phot...
Portrait of Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., circa 1913. Bernard T. Welky, a Valentine Seaver Originals Company sales representative, sent the photograph to President John F. Kennedy with a letter dated April 14, 1962.
Anne Burr Auchincloss (Lewis), Bobby Krech (Cowles), Dunie James (Coe), and Louis B. McCagg standing left-to-right on a dock at Hammersmith Farm in Rhode Island. McCagg is dressed in a naval uniform. McCagg, a retired Commander from the United States Naval Reserve (USNR), sent the photograph to President John F. Kennedy with a letter dated October ...
Donna June Funovits as a small child with her grandmother. The verso is a blank postcard backing. The photograph was sent to President John F. Kennedy from Mrs. Donna June Funovits with a letter dated April 20, 1961.
Aerial view of the Joseph P. Kennedy estate and surrounding properties in Palm Beach, Florida. J. E. Bramuchi, Chief Engineer of the Arnold Construction Company of Palm Beach, sent the photograph to President John F. Kennedy with a letter dated September 24, 1963, indicating that this photograph may be of interest to President Kennedy. The followin...
John F. Kennedy (left) standing with his brother Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. (right). An unidentified man is standing between the two brothers. Edward C. Donnelly, Jr., sent the photograph to President Kennedy with a letter dated April 22, 1962.
Photograph, Mrs. Bertha Golic Gore and others on beach. In the foreground, one woman is standing and two women are lying on an unidentified beach. A woman identified as Mrs. Bertha Golic Gore is lying in the middle. The other two women are unidentified. Mrs. Gore sent the photograph to President John F. Kennedy with a letter dated January 15, 1962....
Young John F. Kennedy conferring with Diplomatic Attache (later American Consul) Neal D. Borum in London, England. The photograph is mounted on an 8 1/2 x 11 inch page. The photograph was sent to President Kennedy with a letter dated February 18, 1962, from Neal Borum's brother, Brigadier General Wylie G. Borum.
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