La famille Kennedy
La famille Kennedy
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kennedy-gifs:

DAMN
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lancer-lace:

This is me when someone interrupts me while I’m reading.
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Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.

Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.

Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.

Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.

Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.

Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.

Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.

Cornell Capa photographs JFK’s presidential campaign, 1960.
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thosekennedys:

The smiling Kennedy’s
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thosekennedys:

We are family
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kathleen-kick-kennedy:

Kick
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“She grew up in a family that was focused on the boys achieving greatness. The message she got was if you wanna be noticed in this family you’re gonna have to be one of the boys.” - Maria Shriver on her mother Eunice Kennedy Shriver 

“She grew up in a family that was focused on the boys achieving greatness. The message she got was if you wanna be noticed in this family you’re gonna have to be one of the boys.” - Maria Shriver on her mother Eunice Kennedy Shriver 

“She grew up in a family that was focused on the boys achieving greatness. The message she got was if you wanna be noticed in this family you’re gonna have to be one of the boys.” - Maria Shriver on her mother Eunice Kennedy Shriver 

“She grew up in a family that was focused on the boys achieving greatness. The message she got was if you wanna be noticed in this family you’re gonna have to be one of the boys.” - Maria Shriver on her mother Eunice Kennedy Shriver 
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lancer-lace:

He had a notorious sweet tooth. He was known to swipe as many candies from his secretary’s desk as his children. His wife Jackie recalled he put a nauseating amount of sugar in his coffee every morning. During campaigns and political stops many trips were made to ice parlors and diners for butterscotch sundaes and ice cream cones. 
lancer-lace:

He had a notorious sweet tooth. He was known to swipe as many candies from his secretary’s desk as his children. His wife Jackie recalled he put a nauseating amount of sugar in his coffee every morning. During campaigns and political stops many trips were made to ice parlors and diners for butterscotch sundaes and ice cream cones. 
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america-runs-on-kennedy:

You can tell he loved the camera.
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John F. Kennedy and his sister Jean leaving the hospital after Jackie Kennedy gave birth to Patrick, 1963.

John F. Kennedy and his sister Jean leaving the hospital after Jackie Kennedy gave birth to Patrick, 1963.

John F. Kennedy and his sister Jean leaving the hospital after Jackie Kennedy gave birth to Patrick, 1963.

John F. Kennedy and his sister Jean leaving the hospital after Jackie Kennedy gave birth to Patrick, 1963.