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Georgetown

Kennedys in Georgetown 1959. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Jackie Relaxing by Lamp in Georgetown nb_032_033. Taken in 1959 this rare photograph shows Jackie relaxing and looking very young, she was only 29. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
An unusual shot, taken in Georgetown in 1959, shows Jackie in a grocery store. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
JBK Walking in the Woods 1959, nb_026. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
JBK and Caroline Touch Noses nb_018_019. Jackie and Caroline photographed in Georgetown in 1959. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Jackie Helps Caroline with Shoe nb_022. Jackie and Caroline photographed in Georgetown in 1959. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
JFK, JBK, Caroline at Breakfast
JFK and Caroline at Georgetown Breakfast

Hyannisport and Nantucket Sound

Jackie and Caroline on the beach in Hyannis Port, 1959. This photo was used as the cover of Mark Shaw's famous book, the John F. Kennedys, which was re-released in the year 2000. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Published on the cover of the Ladies Home Journal in 1961, this photo was actually taken in Hyannis Port in 1959 before JFK became president. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
JFK’s favorite photo of himself was taken by Mark Shaw in 1959 on the dunes near Hyannis Port. This photo has been used frequently, since JFK’s assassination, to symbolize his presidency. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Caroline Feeds Flower to JFK, JBK Looks on nb_080_81. Jackie, JFK and Caroline relax in Hyannis Port in 1959. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
JFK Lifts Caroline on Beach, Forward
Jackie Swings Caroline nb_90_91. Jackie swings Caroline in the shallows at Hyannis Port in 1959. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Kennedy Family Sailing nb_40_41. The Kennedy Family sailing on Nantucket Sound. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
JFK shown sailing off Hyannis Port in 1959. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Kennedy Family Sailing nb_038_039. The Kennedy Family sailing on Nantucket Sound. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.

On and Off the Campaign Trail

Jackie on the Campaign Trail with Two Heads. Jackie on the campaign trail with then senator JFK. First published in LIFE August 24, 1959. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Jackie and JFK in Campaign Car
Jackie meets the women of Wheeling, West Virginia during a campaign stop in 1959. A woman present at the time told us recently that Jackie was remarkably friendly and kind to all of them, “even though we were a bunch of hicks.” The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
The Kennedy Campaign 1959. Jackie meets the local people. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
The Kennedy Campaign 1959. Jackie meets local ladies. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
The Kennedy Campaign 1959. Jackie meets local ladies. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Jackie and Caroline Kennedy play with the family's Collie on the Virginia estate of Jacqueline's mother, Mrs. Hugh D. Auchincloss. The Collie is a member of the herding group that originated in England. Committed to the flock, Collies are gentle and sweet, making them the perfect family members. Photographed in 1959 for LIFE magazine. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Jackie and Caroline Kennedy photographed for LIFE magazine are pictured bareback atop Sagebrush at Jackie's mother's Virginia estate, Merrywood in 1959. Jackie had been riding since childhood and was considered both a natural and an expert horsewoman. This image is also part of the Mark Shaw Photographic Archive's fine art gallery collection. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Shot for LIFE in 1959, Jackie Kennedy leads Sagebrush across a meadow at Merrywood, her mother's Virginia Estate. This image is also part of the Mark Shaw Photographic Archive's fine art gallery collection. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.

In Color

JFK, JBK, Caroline on Patio
Kennedy nb_116-117. This photo of Jackie, taken by Mark Shaw for the cover of “Look” magazine in 1961, has been seen frequently due to the fact that it was mistakenly distributed all over the world by the White House as an “official White House photo.” In fact, Mark Shaw retained the rights to all his photographs, an unusually forward thinking decision at that time. The source of this image was a vintage 2.25” x 2.25” color transparency.
Jackie Taking a Picture Using Mark's Camera. Jackie in Ravello, Italy as photographed by Mark Shaw on a private cruise, summer of 1962 The source for this image was a vintage 35mm color transparency.
Jackie with Papparazzi. Jackie Kennedy and Mark Shaw often vacationed in the same places; here Jackie and Marella Agnelli (The wife of Fiat magnate Gianni) are photographed in 1962 being followed by paparazzi in Ravello, Italy. Jackie was photographed by Mark wearing her "futuristic" Renauld of France sunglasses. She is quoted as saying, "That's why I always wear my dark glasses. It may be that they're (the public) looking at me, but none of them can ever tell which ones I'm looking back at. That way I can have fun with it!" The source for this image was a vintage 35mm color transparency.
Jackie and John Jr. Palm Beach 1963. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm color transparency.
This photo of John Junior, taken when he was three, was a favorite of Jackie’s; in a letter to Mark, Jackie wrote “they really should be in the National Gallery!… the one of John, reflected in the table, like some wonderful, strange, poetic Matisse.” The source for this image was a vintage 35mm color transparency.
Jackie was first shot by Mark Shaw for a cover story in LIFE published August 24th, 1959. Titled “Jackie Kennedy—a Front Runner’s Appealing Wife” this photo essay started the relationship that resulted in some of the most famous and enduring photos of the Kennedy family during JFK’s presidency. The source for this image was a vintage 2.25” x 2.25” color transparency.
A portrait of Jackie and JFK. The source for this image was a vintage 2.25” x 2.25” color transparency.
A rare color portrait of JFK. The source for this image was a vintage 2.25” x 2.25” color transparency.

Washington, D.C.

Jackie in JFK's Senate Office The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Jackie sits at JFK’s senate desk in 1959. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Jackie in JFK's Senate Office The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Pablo Cassals Concert at White House. The source for this image was a vintage 35mm black and white negative.
Officers Salute JFK's Casket
Riderless Horse with Backwards Boot
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