Works about Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Themes with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

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Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1929/07/28 Janet Bouvier, wife John Vernou Bouvier, gives birth to a daughter, Jacqueline Lee Bouvier, at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital in Southampton, New York. Born Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis's Birthday
1953/00/00 Jack Kennedy (possibly) proposes to Jackie Bouvier at table 3 in Martin' Tavern in Georgetown. Bride Georgetown Marriage of Jacqueline Bouvier and John F Kennedy
1953/00/00 Kennedy reaches into his pocket to reveal a small, velvet box. Nestled inside the box is a glittering emerald and diamond ring, Jack Kennedy (possibly) proposes to Jackie Bouvier at Table 40 in Parker's Restaurant. Bride Parker House Boston Marriage of Jacqueline Bouvier and John F Kennedy
1953/09/12 Jacqueline Bouvier marries John F Kennedy at St Mary's Church in Newport, Rhode Island. Torbert MacDonald serves as an usher. Bride St Mary's Church Newport, RI Marriage of Jacqueline Bouvier and John F Kennedy
1953/09/12 Jacqueline Bouvier marries John F Kennedy at St Mary's Church in Newport, Rhode Island. Torbert MacDonald serves as an usher. Bride St Mary's Church Newport, RI John F Kennedy and Ms Von Post Affair
1955/00/00 Irene Jackson sells Hickory Hill to United States Senator John F Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline. Home Hickory Hill McLean
1957/01/02 Joe Kennedy gives the Worthen residence to his son and daughter-in-law a no-interest 5 year mortgage for the purchase price, thus saving them the interest over the years. Home John Kennedy Summer Home, Hyannis Barnstable
1958/00/00 Von Post, with husband Anders Ekman, encounters Senator Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline during a gala at the Waldorf Astoria. Wife Waldorf Astoria New York New York City John F Kennedy and Ms Von Post Affair
1961/01/19 JFK and LBJ's Inaugural Dinner on the eve of the inauguration includes Shrimp Lamaze, Blue Point Oysters, Prime Filet Mignon and a selection of fine wines. JFK and Mary Hemingway discus Porter's "Ship of Fools". First Lady Ship of Fools (Porter book) Willard Hotel Washington, DC JFK Presidential Election
1961/01/20 35th President of the United States 20 January 1961 to 22 November 1963 First Lady The White House Washington, DC JFK Presidential Election
1961/01/20 Lunch: cream of tomato soup with crushed popcorn, deviled crab meat imperial, New England boiled stuffed lobster, prime Texas ribs of beef au jus, string beans amandine and broiled tomatoes with grapefruit and avocado sections with poppyseed dressing. First Lady Old Senate Chamber United States Capitol JFK Presidential Election
1962/02/00 Mrs Kennedy lobbies GSA director Bernard L Boutin to stop the demolition of townhouses on Lafayette Sq. Mrs Kennedy then enlisted architect John Carl Warnecke to create a design which would incorporate the new buildings with the old. Preservationist Cutts-Madison House Washington, DC
1962/02/00 Mrs Kennedy lobbies GSA director Bernard L Boutin to stop the demolition of townhouses on Lafayette Sq. Mrs Kennedy then enlisted architect John Carl Warnecke to create a design which would incorporate the new buildings with the old. Preservationist Lafayette Square Historic District Washington, DC
1962/02/14 Jackie Kennedy's televised tour of the Executive Mansion airs on CBS Television, unveiling a major restoration led by the First Lady. Preservationist The White House Washington, DC Jacqueline Kennedy's Restoration of the White House
1962/09/00 President and Mrs Kennedy watch the America's Cup Races from the deck of the USS JOSEPH P KENNEDY JR Visitor USS JOSEPH P KENNEDY JR (DD-850) Battleship Cove
1963/00/00 Wexford Weekend home Cromwell's Run Rural Historic District Rectortown
1963/05/00 President and Jackie Kennedy throw a cocktail party to celebrate Jackie's new social secretary, Nancy Tuckerman and to wish outgoing secretary, Letitia Baldridge a fond farewell. Hostess Peter-Auchincloss Residence Washington, DC
1963/11/22 the ... motorcade from the airport, hot, wild-like Mexico and Vienna, the sun was so strong in our face, I couldn't put on sunglasses and then we saw this tunnel, and I thought if you were on the left the sun wouldn't get into your eyes. - Jackie Kennedy Widow Kennedy Lincoln Continental Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum Assassination of John F Kennedy
1963/11/22 I could see a piece of his skull coming off, it was flesh colored not white--he was holding out his hand - and I can see this perfectly clean piece detaching itself from his head - then he slumped in my lap. - Jackie Kennedy Widow Dealey Plaza Historic District Dallas, TX Assassination of John F Kennedy
1963/11/22 All the ride to the hospital I kept bending over him saying "Jack, Jack can you hear me, I love you Jack." I kept holding the top of his head down - Jackie Kennedy Widow Kennedy Lincoln Continental Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum Assassination of John F Kennedy
1963/11/22 Parkland Hospital: my legs my hands were covered with his brains...when Dave Powers saw this he burst out weeping. His head was so beautiful. I'd tried to hold the top of his head down, maybe I could keep it in...I knew he was dead. - Jackie Kennedy Widow Assassination of John F Kennedy
1963/11/29 Mrs Kennedy urges White to write in LIFE that Jack was truly "a man of magic," that his presidency was truly special, that the era was, to use the words she borrowed from a Broadway musical, "one brief shining moment that was known as Camelot." Widow For President Kennedy: An Epilogue (essay) John Kennedy Summer Home, Hyannis Barnstable
1963/11/30 Mrs Kennedy scribbles "and it will never be that way again!" the Camelot quote. At the end of the essay, she pencils in: "And all she could think of was tell people there will never be that Camelot again." Contributing Editor For President Kennedy: An Epilogue (essay) John Kennedy Summer Home, Hyannis Barnstable
1964/00/00 Jacqueline Kennedy buys a house. The Kennedy family will live here for about a year. Home Newton D Baker House Washington, DC
1964/12/00 Jacqueline Kennedy spearheads selection of I M Pei as architect of the Kennedy Library. Developer John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Boston
1965/00/00 The people of Great Britain give an acre of land to the United States in memory of John F Kennedy. Designed by Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe, the memorial was unveiled by the Queen and Jackie Kennedy. Widow Kennedy Memorial Runnymede Assassination of John F Kennedy
1983/10/00 Outside 3701 Union Pacific Ave, a bad neighborhood in east Los Angeles, Jacqueline Onassis, editor of Jackson's Moonwalk autobiography, hangs out in Jackson's Winnebago during the filming of the Zombie dance sequense. Visitor Michael Jackson's Thriller
1994/05/19 Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis dies in her sleep of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma at age 64 at her apartment in New York City. Died Death of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
1994/05/23 Funeral held for Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis In Memoriam Church of St Ignatius Loyola Complex New York City Death of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

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Title Type Association Y/M/D Moniker
For President Kennedy: An Epilogue (essay) Contributing Editor Essay 1963/11/30
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