KN-C29236. President John F. Kennedy Walks Through Crowds in Frankfurt, Germany

KN-C29236. President John F. Kennedy Walks Through Crowds in Frankfurt, Germany
25 June 1963
President John F. Kennedy and others walk to Paulskirche (St. Paul’s Church) following his address at Römerberg Square in Frankfurt am Main, West Germany (Federal Republic). Those pictured include: Minister-President of Hesse, Georg August Zinn; Mayor (Oberbürgermeister) of Frankfurt, Werner Bockelmann; U.S. Ambassador to West Germany, George C. McGhee; West German Ambassador to the United States, Karl Heinrich Knappstein; Director of Radio in the American Sector (RIAS) in Berlin and translator for President Kennedy, Robert Lochner; Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany, Gerhard Schröder; U.S. Chief of Protocol, Angier Biddle Duke; Military Aide to the President, General Chester V. Clifton; Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs, McGeorge Bundy; Special Counsel to the President, Theodore C. Sorensen; the President’s sister-in-law, Princess Lee Radziwill of Poland; Kennedy family friend, Kirk LeMoyne “Lem” Billings; White House Secret Service agents, James J. Rowley, Gerald A. “Jerry” Behn, Bill Payne, and Tony Sherman. Crowds line the street to watch the President pass.
1 negative (color; 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches)
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Robert Knudsen. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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