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Rosemary Kennedy, born Rose Marie Kennedy on September 13, 1918, was the third child and eldest daughter of Joseph and Rose Kennedy. She was slower to crawl, slower to walk and to speak than her brothers, and she experienced learning difficulties when she reached school age. Despite her apparent intellectual disabilities, Rosemary participated i...
Accession Number: EH4086P
Description: Cristobal and his sister Izzy play in Hemingway's African Baskets.
Credit Line: Copyright Unknown. Please credit "Ernest Hemingway Photographs Collection. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston."
Return to Gallery: Ernest Hemingway and his Cats
Accession Number: IFP:94D
Description: "Kennedy Baby: President Stands Vigil After Early Birth." Scenes of the exterior of the Dover Air Force Hospital where First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy rests after giving birth to Patrick Bouvier Kennedy. President Kennedy and his sister, Jean Ann Smith, leave the Dover Hospital en route to Boston. At the Bo...
At the dawn of the New Frontier, as John F. Kennedy launched his administration, intellectual disability was a neglected issue, receiving minimal state or federal funding. Few scientists were researching its causes, and even fewer doctors and educators were trained to support people with intellectual disabilities and their families. Many ...
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Accession Number: IFP:93E
Description: "Kennedy Visits Pope: Audience Climaxes European Vi...
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