JFK‘s personal fragrance, “Eight & Bob,” has been brought back since its disappearance during World War II, and will be distributed in the US ahead of the 50th anniversary of JFK‘s assassination in November 1963. While visiting France as a college student in 1937, John F. Kennedy spoke with a local perfumer about a scent […]

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BARNSTABLE, Massachusetts — Two nephews of JFK who thought they were doing a good deed by freeing an entangled sea turtle actually violated the law, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. John Bullard of NOAA’s Division of Fisheries said he spoke to brothers Max and Robert F. Kennedy Jr. about their rescue of […]

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Rare artifacts from the JFK assassination are going on display in Washington, including the home video camera used by dressmaker Abraham Zapruder, who unwittingly recorded the assassination. More than 100 rarely seen objects will be on display, including the 8 mm movie camera used by Abraham Zapruder, who was the only eyewitness to capture the […]

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Eight venues in Argenta, Arkansas are opening a six-day exhibit of archival photographs of President John F. Kennedy, JFK, grouped by family, policy, the space race, his assassination and more. The display, presented by North Little Rock-based Rogers Photo Archives and Argenta Images, will feature a number of rarely and never-before-seen images of the president […]

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December 16: Fifty-two years ago in 1960, JFK Appointed Brother RFK as Attorney General. In November 1959, Robert Kennedy became manager of his brother’s presidential campaign. Following the Kennedy victory, the President-elect tapped his brother, on December 16, 1960, to be Attorney General. John F. Kennedy‘s choice of Robert Kennedy as Attorney General was controversial, […]

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On August 5, 1962, the world mourned the death of international star and sex symbol, Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn Monroe was born on June 1, 1926, in Los Angeles as Norma Jeane Mortenson (soon after changed to Baker), the third child born to Gladys Pearl Baker. After spending much of her childhood in foster homes, Monroe […]

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Today, April 22, 2012, is Earth Day. Few people realize that President John F. Kennedy played a part in its beginnings. Imagine a world without trees. What if the rain forests, and all of the exotic plants and animals that call it home, suddenly did not exist? In 1962, Gaylord Nelson decided something needed to […]

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49 years ago, in April 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr. helped to organize and lead the “Birmingham Campaign.” The Birmingham campaign was a strategic movement organized by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) to bring attention to the unequal treatment that black Americans endured in Birmingham, Alabama. The campaign ran during the spring of 1963, […]

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A rare historic photograph of former president John F Kennedy and his brother Robert was stolen from Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub, in downtown Portland, during last weekend’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations. Staff at the Irish establishment said they noticed the photograph had vanished on 18th March. Gerard McAleese told KGW News Channel 8 he […]

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Rare photos of the JFK Funeral from Life Magazine. For a fictional account of the Kennedy Assassination, see novel, Destination Dealey: Countdown to the Kennedy Conspiracy. See the full set of photos here: Full Article

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