AR8255-3G. Kennedy Family Arrives at Arlington National Cemetery for Burial of President John F. Kennedy

AR8255-3G. Kennedy Family Arrives at Arlington National Cemetery for Burial of President John F. Kennedy
25 November 1963
Members of the Kennedy family and others walk to the gravesite of President John F. Kennedy upon arrival at Arlington National Cemetery for graveside services in the state funeral of President Kennedy. Walking in procession: Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy; Jacqueline Kennedy; Senator Edward M. Kennedy (Massachusetts); Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy; Steve Smith; Peter Lawford; Jean Kennedy Smith; Eunice Kennedy Shriver; Patricia Kennedy Lawford; Superintendent of Arlington National Cemetery, John C. Metzler; Chief of Staff of the United States Army, General Earle G. Wheeler; Commandant of the United States Marine Corps, General David M. Shoup; Commandant of the United States Coast Guard, Admiral Edwin J. Roland; Military Aide to President Kennedy, General Chester V. Clifton; Air Force Aide to President Kennedy, Brigadier General Godfrey T. McHugh; Naval Aide to President Kennedy, Captain Tazewell Shepard; White House Secret Service agent, Clint Hill. Officials and dignitaries observe, including: Senator Kenneth B. Keating (New York); Senator Daniel Inouye (Hawaii). Arlington, Virginia.
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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