The Kennedy White House: Family Life and Pictures, 1961-1963

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Simon and Schuster, Oct 8, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 304 pages
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Packed with never-before-seen photographs, The Kennedy White House reveals the world's most famous family, unstaged and as they were, both behind White House doors and in their private homes in Virginia, Palm Beach, Newport, and Hyannis Port. Carl Sferrazza Anthony's fascinating narrative brings new insight to the Kennedy story, in the first book to place the family within the context of 1960s culture and view historical events uniquely from the personal perspective of their family life. A candid and compelling tour, The Kennedy White House "takes you inside the world's most famous goldfish bowl for a glimpse at life in the White House as you've never seen it before" (Julie N. Eisenhower).
  

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Anthony, an established authority on First Ladies and White House history (First Ladies: The Saga of the President's Wives and Their Power), offers a behind-the-scenes look at the family life of ... Read full review

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What's not to love? A history of the Kennedy, rarely seen White House photos, and just a lot of goodness in 300 pages. If you love Jack and Jackie, this book will be a great read. Read full review

Contents

The Jet Age 3 7
37
Jack Kennedy
83
The Extended
109
jackie
147
Gatherings
181
Coming Together I 963 2 I I
211
The Last of Times 1963
255
A Note on Sources
290
Copyright

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Carl Sferrazza Anthony, the author of four previous books including America's First Families, has written frequently for The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and Details. The nation's leading authority on the political power and social influence of First Ladies, he served as one of Nancy Reagan's speechwriters.

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