Silent motion picture containing candid footage of President John F. Kennedy's family weekend at Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, and Squaw Island, Massachusetts. Included is footage of President Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Jr., Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, Director of the Peace Corps R. Sargent Shriver, Eunice Shriver, Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr., Rose Kennedy, Peter Lawford, Paul B. "Red" Fay, Jr., Sally Fay, Press Secretary Pierre Salinger, and unidentified guests.
Photography by: Cecil W. Stoughton.
Source: Paul Fisher, White House Item #35 of Box 17.
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.
President John F. Kennedy and John F. Kennedy, Jr. (holding his father's hand), walk along a path at Camp David in Frederick County, Maryland. Following behind are Kennedy family dog, "Charlie" (far left); Kennedy family friend and Under Secretary of the Navy, Paul "Red" Fay with his daughter, Sally Fay (partially hidden); White House motion picture photographer, Lieutenant Thomas M. Atkins (in back); and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy (partially hidden).