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    John F. Kennedy and Family: Collection of White House-Era Photographs including Candids. A large and varied grouping of photos, some snapshots and some official White House or press photos. There are approximately twenty-five of 8" x 10" (both B&W and color) including one portrait of JFK and Jackie with facsimile signatures and several taken at JFK's funeral procession. Another group of approximately twenty-five photos are of smaller sizes, from 4" x 3" to 7" x 9". Many of these were taken at Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. Quite a number of the photos in this lot depict the Kennedy children along with Foster and several are possibly unpublished. An interesting glimpse into the Camelot years. From the collection of retired Secret Service agent Robert Foster.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2009
    13th-14th Wednesday-Thursday
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