There are also certain public figure who, though less visible, still serve to remind us of who we are and where we’ve been. Their very presence adds continuity to our history and serves to link one generation to another. Sometimes we don’t recognize them until it’s too late. And sometimes we do.
- The Baltimore Sun
Grace Kelly and John F. Kennedy on May 24th, 1961.
BOBBY: “are you kidding me? …pal, you just said that you recognised the mob boss and now - half an hour later - you forgot his name?”
Little Jacqueline Bouvier with her Scotty dog, Hootchie.
New York City
A rare photograph of Ethel Kennedy, left, Jackie Kennedy and JFK from Dave Powers private collection ~ 1954
Jacqueline Bouvier, future first Lady, photographs Dale Chestnut feeding goldfish on the roof-top pond of the Washington Times-Herald building in 1952. Bouvier was the “Inquiring Camera Girl” of the Washington Times-Herald.