Washington, The District of Columbia

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an illustrated map of washington d c showing the location of lincoln memorial and other landmarks
washington dc attractions sightseeing museums memorials monuments -
Washington DC Monuments Map
a group of people sitting next to each other in front of a man and woman
The Kennedys caught off-gaurd during a sitting for a family portrait.
black and white photograph of people sitting on chairs in front of a stage with microphones
Jack and Jackie
padre e hija/Hacen todo por nosotras Humour, Onda, Jfk, Celebrity Dads, Fotos, Beautiful, Humor, In This Moment, Kenedy
padre e hija/Hacen todo por nosotras
1960. 29 Décembre. Caroline Kennedy interrupts JFK's press conference wearing Jackie's shoes and saying, 'I want to see my Daddy' Fitzgerald, Kennedy, Edwin Schlossberg, Concert, Jacqueline
1960. 29 Décembre. Caroline Kennedy interrupts JFK's press conference wearing Jackie's shoes and saying, 'I want to see my Daddy'
an old black and white photo of two people on their wedding day, with the caption life
John F Kennedy's Wedding. He (29 May 1917 - 22 Nov 1963) his wife Jackie Kennedy (28 Jul 1929 - 19 May 1994)
an old photo of a man with crutches
President John F. Kennedy 1917-1963 by Everett
President John F. Kennedy (1917-1963), standing with crutches on June 12, 1961.
a black and white photo of a man at a microphone
1960 ELECTION - JFK accepting his party's nomination for President, Democratic Convention. -- July 15, 1960
a group of people standing next to each other in front of a car on a street
1963-11-25: Bobby, Jackie and Ted wait for the funeral procession to the cathedral to begin.
a black and white photo of a man sitting on the beach with his hands in his pockets
"JFK, Why We Still Care", 1991 Because he was a family man and the President of the United States. Even though he wasn't perfect. He's human!
an old newspaper article with many people in it
Corcoran Gallery Of Art Walter Hopps And Washington D.C. Art People From 1970
The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art and Design, Washington, D.C., staff 1970
an arched window with the view of a city
Sixth-floor window of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas, Texas, from which, according to the Warren Commission, Lee Harvey Oswald killed President John F. Kennedy.
a man in a suit and tie sitting at a desk with an american flag behind him
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President Ronald Regan
a man in a suit and tie smiles at the camera while sitting next to an american flag
President Kennedy, portrait photo
President John F. Kennedy portrait photograph, taken in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. July 11, 1963.
JFK Assassination - Auburn, New York Newspaper Governor, Texas Governor, Newspapers, News Magazines, Protest, Headline News
Six Jfk Assassination Newspapers
JFK Assassination - Auburn, New York Newspaper