The Cuban Missile Crisis in review...

The Cuban Missile Crisis in review...

John F, Kennedy - http://www.jfklibrary.org/  Great place to visit, thank you to the Kennedy family for your continued involvement in making this destination so great.

John F, Kennedy - http://www.jfklibrary.org/ Great place to visit, thank you to the Kennedy family for your continued involvement in making this destination so great.

1963. 26 Juin. Kennedy in Ireland. President Kennedy visits the homestead of his great-grandfather at Dunganstown, Co. Wexford and drinks a cup of tea with the present owner of the cottage, a second cousin of the President, Mrs. Mary Ryan (neé Kennedy)

1963. 26 Juin. Kennedy in Ireland. President Kennedy visits the homestead of his great-grandfather at Dunganstown, Co. Wexford and drinks a cup of tea with the present owner of the cottage, a second cousin of the President, Mrs. Mary Ryan (neé Kennedy)

JFK's Inaugural Address 50 Years Later

JFK's Inaugural Address 50 Years Later

"Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born 100 years ago today. #JFK served as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination on 22nd November 1963. He was the youngest man to have been elected to the office, the only Roman Catholic president and the only president to win a Pulitzer Prize for his biography "Profiles of Courage". In his famous inaugural address he spoke of the need for…

"Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born 100 years ago today. #JFK served as the 35th President of the United States from January 1961 until his assassination on 22nd November 1963. He was the youngest man to have been elected to the office, the only Roman Catholic president and the only president to win a Pulitzer Prize for his biography "Profiles of Courage". In his famous inaugural address he spoke of the need for…

John F. Kennedy Addresses The Veterans Of Foreign Wars – 1960 – Memorial Day/JFK At 100 – Senator John F. Kennedy - Address at VFW Convention, Cobo Hall, Detroit - Aug. 26, 1960 - Gordon Skene Sound Collection - John F. Kennedy - giving a speech not only fitting for Memorial day but as a reminder of a world leader who would have turned 100 on May... #algreen #alabama #alfredtpalmer

John F. Kennedy Addresses The Veterans Of Foreign Wars – 1960 – Memorial Day/JFK At 100 – Senator John F. Kennedy - Address at VFW Convention, Cobo Hall, Detroit - Aug. 26, 1960 - Gordon Skene Sound Collection - John F. Kennedy - giving a speech not only fitting for Memorial day but as a reminder of a world leader who would have turned 100 on May... #algreen #alabama #alfredtpalmer

To commemorate the centennial of President John F. Kennedy’s birth the @USPostalService has dedicated a #Forever stamp in his honor. The stamp features a 1960 photograph by @thephotosociety member Ted Spiegel. The photograph on the stamp was taken on September 6, 1960 in Victory Square, Seattle, adjacent to downtown’s Olympic Hotel. Senator John Kennedy was in the first week of his campaign for the presidency: his itinerary was nation spanning – Maine to Alaska. Seated by the podium from…

To commemorate the centennial of President John F. Kennedy’s birth the @USPostalService has dedicated a #Forever stamp in his honor. The stamp features a 1960 photograph by @thephotosociety member Ted Spiegel. The photograph on the stamp was taken on September 6, 1960 in Victory Square, Seattle, adjacent to downtown’s Olympic Hotel. Senator John Kennedy was in the first week of his campaign for the presidency: his itinerary was nation spanning – Maine to Alaska. Seated by the podium from…

JFK addresses concerns about his Catholicism and his run for presidency--Houston Sept. 12, 1960

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JFK addresses concerns about his Catholicism and his run for presidency--Houston Sept. 12, 1960

John F. Kennedy - Address on Civil Rights - 11 June 1963, following George Wallace "doorway stand" at the University of Alabama

John F. Kennedy - Address on Civil Rights - 11 June 1963, following George Wallace "doorway stand" at the University of Alabama

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