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AR8255-1H. Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Departs White House for President John F. Kennedy’s Funeral Procession to Capitol Building

AR8255-1H
AR8255-1H. Former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Departs White House for President John F. Kennedy’s Funeral Procession to Capitol Building
24 November 1963
Former first lady, Jacqueline Kennedy, walks with her children, Caroline Kennedy (hidden) and John F. Kennedy, Jr., towards a car in the North Portico, prior to the funeral procession of President John F. Kennedy from the White House to the Capitol Building. Walking behind Mrs. Kennedy: Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy; Patricia Kennedy Lawford; First Lady Lady Bird Johnson; President Lyndon B. Johnson. White House Secret Service agent, Gerald A. “Jerry” Behn, stands at right. Mourners and members of the press observe. Washington, D.C.
1 photographic print (black-and-white; 8 x 10 inches)
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Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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