England/Paris, Kathleen Kennedy Cavendish, Lord Peter Fitzwilliam, others, 1945-1948

England/Paris, Kathleen Kennedy Cavendish, Lord Peter Fitzwilliam, others, 1945-1948
ca. 1945-1948
Contains 13 photographic prints and one duplicate print: (KFC2831N (2 copies), KFC2830N, KFC4641P, KFC4642P, KFC4643P, KFC4644P, KFC2829N, KFC2828N, KFC2827N, KFC2826N, KFC2825N, KFC2824N, KFC1901N)
Contains photographs of the Kennedy family at Hyannis Port, Palm Beach and other locales, and at various events including memorial ceremonies for Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr.; John F. Kennedy campaigning for elective office and serving in the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate; and Kathleen Kennedy and friends in England. Includes many formal portraits.
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