Silent motion picture containing footage of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, and John F. Kennedy Jr. at their home in Atoka, Virginia. Source: White House/Cecil Stoughton.
Silent motion picture containing footage of President John F. Kennedy's visits to the Otis Air Force Base Hospital, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and Children's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. The covered period spans the day First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy entered Otis Air Force Base Hospital for the birth of son Patrick Bouvier Kennedy until her departure. Included is footage of the First Lady, President John F. Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr., Jean Kennedy Smith, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, Senator Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy, and Press Secretary Pierre Salinger.
Silent motion picture footage of President John F. Kennedy's family time at Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, and at his residence at Squaw Island, Massachusetts. Dates for some of the footage cannot be established. For most of the footage, dates likely fall between August 14, 1963, and August 30, 1963. President Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, and John F. Kennedy, Jr., relax outside the Squaw Island residence with dogs. The family visits the residence of Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., in Hyannis Port. The President greets Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., while Eunice Kennedy Shriver is present. Other activities include Caroline and others riding horses, Caroline and John, Jr., and others spending time at the beach, and President Kennedy cruising aboard the President's yacht "Honey Fitz" with his family, Under Secretary of the Navy Paul B. "Red" Fay, Anita Fay, and Sally Fay.
Silent motion picture footage taken after the formal dinner given in honor of King Hassan II of Morocco. President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, the King, and the King's sister go to see a performance of the musical "Brigadoon" in the East Room, White House, Washington, D.C. Photographed by: Cecil W. Stoughton. Source: Paul Fisher, White House, Box 17, Item 28.
Motion picture of the arrival at Union Station, Washington, D.C., of His Majesty Hassan II, King of Morocco, followed by remarks delivered by President John F. Kennedy and King Hassan. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Secretary of State Dean Rusk attend the greeting. Also included is a parade of welcome down Pennsylvania Avenue. Produced by: Naval Photographic Center, 1211-19. Photographed by: Thomas M. Atkins, Robert L. Knudsen.
Silent motion picture covering the official state visit of President Mohamed Ahmed Ben Bella of Algeria to the United States. President John F. Kennedy greets President Ben Bella on the White House Lawn. Also present are Secretary of State Dean Rusk, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, and John F. Kennedy Jr. Photography by: Cecil W. Stoughton.
Silent motion picture of a jazz concert performed in the White House, Washington, D.C., and a luncheon that follows. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Luci Baines Johnson attend. Photographed by: Cecil W. Stoughton.
A two piece day suit in pale yellow linen with a jacket and an A-line skirt. The collarless jacket has a bow at center. This Cassini was designed after a Spring-Summer 1962 model by Jules-Francois Crahay, for Nina Ricci.
A two-piece day suit in red wool twill with a pencil skirt and jacket. This suit has elaborate back detailing of a twisted martingale half-belt. Curving seams shape the body, sleeves and the back of the skirt. The jacket has a rolled collar with a five button center closure and two hip pockets.
A suit in pale yellow silk-and-wool Alaskine with a jacket and an A-line skirt. The boxy jacket is collarless and has three fabric-covered buttons, off center closure and an off center pocket to balance. The skirt is A-line with a side zipper.
A knit suit in asparagus green wool jersey with an ivory linen trim. The blouson jacket with canted ribbon trim has been cut from a single piece of fabric. The starched organdy collar attaches to the neckline by means of a series of press studs so that it may be detached for laundering. This French suit (probably from the boutique of a Paris couturier) reflects Jacqueline Kennedy's preference for unfitted clothing.
A two-piece evening suit: jacket and skirt in garnet silk velvet. The jacket is single breasted with three black plastic buttons down the front and two pockets at each hip. The jacket has three-quarter length sleeves and accompanies an A-line knee length skirt with two back zippers.
A dress and overblouse in a slate gray wool jersey with a bow at the waist. The overblouse has a neckline that was cut to stand up and away from the shoulder blades and a deep bias band at the hem that impedes its fall. The layering without bulk is achieved by "shrugging" the overblouse over the dress's silk top.
A sleeveless apricot colored, knee length dress with a slight V neckline. This dress is gathered at waist which is accented with a bow; the skirt is A-line. A boxy, apricot colored coat with 3/4 sleeves, a plain front and one button at the collar.