KN-C29380. President John F. Kennedy Attends Welcoming Ceremony at Redmond Place, Wexford, Ireland

KN-C29380. President John F. Kennedy Attends Welcoming Ceremony at Redmond Place, Wexford, Ireland
27 June 1963
Welcoming ceremony for President John F. Kennedy at Redmond Place in Wexford, Ireland. President Kennedy (center right) stands at front of the speakers' platform with Lord Mayor of Wexford, Councillor Thomas F. Byrne (right of lectern, wearing red robe), and an unidentified man; also pictured (seated on platform): Minister for External Affairs of Ireland, Frank Aiken; United States Ambassador to Ireland, Matthew H. McCloskey; President Kennedy's sisters, Eunice Kennedy Shriver and Jean Kennedy Smith; and the President's sister-in-law, Princess Lee Radziwill of Poland. The President delivered an address and received an Honorary Freedom of the City of Wexford during the ceremony.
1 negative (color; 35 mm)
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Robert Knudsen. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Naval Aide to the President. (1961 - 1963)