AR8255-2S. Dignitaries Walk in President John F. Kennedy’s Funeral Procession to St. Matthew’s Cathedral

AR8255-2S. Dignitaries Walk in President John F. Kennedy’s Funeral Procession to St. Matthew’s Cathedral
25 November 1963
Foreign dignitaries walk in the funeral procession of President John F. Kennedy to the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle. Those walking include: Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, Joseph Luns; Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands; Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands; Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh; Prince Gholam-Reza Pahlavi of Iran; Secretary of State for External Affairs of Canada, Paul Martin; former President of Costa Rica, José Figueres Ferrer; Prince Georg Valdemar of Denmark; Prime Minister of Great Britain, Sir Alec Douglas-Home; Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belgium, Paul-Henri Spaak; Prime Minister of Denmark, Jens Otto Krag; Chancellor of Austria, Alfons Gorbach; Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela, Dr. Marcos Falcón Briceño; President of the Senate of Australia, Sir Alister McMullin. Mourners and members of the color guard line the North Lawn driveway. White House, 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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