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Jfk presidency

Collection by Logan Goldstein

Logan Goldstein
 the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce held a breakfast for President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy. American Presidents, Us Presidents, Jfk Presidency, Jfk And Jackie Kennedy, Texas History, History Class, Days In November, Kennedy Assassination, John Junior


Shot Friday, Nov. 22, 1963, the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce held a breakfast for President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy. (Photo: Clint Grant/Dallas Morning News)

April in the White House Rose Garden, President John F. Kennedy is presenting Jacques Cousteau with The National Geographic Society's special gold medal. John Kennedy, American Presidents, Us Presidents, Diver Dan, Jfk Presidency, 19 Avril, Jacques Yves Cousteau, Deep Photos, National Geographic Society

Jacques Cousteau Rolex Submariner: Mystery Finally Solved...

Jacques-Yves Cousteau The Greatest Explorer [Part 1 of 5] Jacques Cousteau Rolex Submariner ★ Mystery Finally Solved ★ 3 Generations of C...

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 1917 – November commonly referred to by his initials JFK, was an American politician who served as the US President from January 1961 until his assassination in November American Presidents, Us Presidents, Us History, American History, Jfk Presidency, Presidential History, John Fitzgerald, John Kennedy, Famous Words

Kennedy In Berlin

American President Kennedy visits the Wall during his fourth day in Berlin.

President John F. Kennedy greets a group of delegates to the American Indian Chicago Conference, August White House, West Wing Lawn. (John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum) Les Kennedy, John F Kennedy, Native American History, American Indians, Sta Monica, All Us Presidents, Familia Kennedy, Presidential Libraries, Songs

1962. 15 Août. JFK. President Kennedy met with representatives of 90 American Indian tribes at the White House today and was presented with the Declaration of Indian Purpose. During the ceremony, Kennedy described the American Indian as the "First Citizen" and said all Americans have a strong obligation to improve the living conditions of the Indians

President John F. Kennedy and John Kennedy Jr. // One of the most iconic photos. John Kennedy Jr, Jfk Jr, Les Kennedy, Iconic Photos, Old Photos, American Presidents, American History, American Photo, Greatest Presidents

Fact: FDR had that door installed under the desk to hide the fact that he could not use his legs. It was an open desk beforehand. Also, JFK used it to hide the various stools that he used to alleviate the constant pain in his back.