On Feb. 14, 1962, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy took CBS News and a national television audience on a tour of the newly remodeled White House.
Let’s tag along.
Ivan asks a good question about the scheduled October 2017 release of 3,600 still-secret JFK assassination records:
‘If the president decides to withhold a certain number of those still-secret 3600 JFK files, will a list of the withheld files be made public?”
From JFK Library on Twitter: “A peek at his doodles reveal a tense situation”
The young Bill Clinton shook President Kennedy’s hand on July 24, 1963.
As the United States lurched towards war over Soviet missiles in Cuba in October 1962, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy refused the suggestion that she leave her husband in the White House and move to a safer location.
Vince Palamara, who has to qualify as one of the world’s leading experts on the Secret Service and JFK’s assassination, recently posted a Facebook photo depicting a visit he paid a visit to the White House. Unfortunately, he didn’t get inside.
Send your pictures of yourself in a JFK setting and we’ll publish it here.
“I would not care to be quoted on that.”
– JFK’s White House physician Dr. George Burkley, when asked during a 1967 oral history whether he agreed with the Warren Report’s conclusion about the number of bullets that hit President Kennedy.
Intrigued? The tale of the “missing physician” is an incredible non-story in the JFK assassination.