Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

First Lady of the United States, book editor Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Lee "Jackie" Bouvier Kennedy Onassis was the wife of the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, and First Lady of the United States during his presidency from 1961 until his assassination in 1963. Five years later she married Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis; they remained married until his death in 1975. For the final two decades of her life, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had a career as a book editor.
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Deceased
19 May 1994

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WarGames: What Will It Become? - About - News & Issues
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The new screenwriter on the reboot is Noah Oppenheim, an ex-news producer who's breaking into film screenwriting; the scripts he has in development already, including a biopic on Jacqueline Onassis, suggest a bent more in the direction of reality-based
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See Deborah Turbeville's tainted beauty at Donna Karan - Elle UK
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Visitors will come face-to-face with photographs beloved by Karl Lagerfeld, Jacqueline Onassis and Rei Kawakubo. It's Turbeville's insistence on layered, flawed beauty that reeled such tastemakers and countless other admirers in
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My Take: 5 biblical passages for Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry - CNN (blog)
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That someone else was not Jacqueline Onassis but the pope. In a famous speech delivered on September 12, 1960, in Houston, he answered the question clearly and definitely. “I believe in an America where the separation of church and state is absolute;
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It's the economy, cari Obama e Zapatero - Linkiesta.it
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... la cui “Great Society”, non ha avuto grandi cantori per la cattiva fama dell'inquilino della Casa Bianca sospettato a lungo, come si può leggere in questi giorni nell'intervista postuma di Jacqueline Onassis, di aver congiurato contro il primo dei
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'Explosive' Jackie Onassis Tapes To Be Released (VIDEO) - Huffington Post
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There are reports that secret recordings offer stunning revelations into Jackie Kennedy, in particular who she thought was involved in her husband's assassination. Never-before-released audio recordings allegedly indicate that Jackie O believed
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Shame on Me, and You for Taking Pleasure in It - New York Times
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He's made a career of scrutinizing the art, artists and public figures beloved by some gay men, writing in depth about not just Jacqueline Onassis but also Liberace and Andy Warhol. (New York magazine once called him “the philosopher of fabulousness
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Gucci dedica una mostra a Jackie Kennedy Onassis - Sfilate
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Creata per la prima volta negli anni Cinquanta, il modello diventò l'accessorio preferito di Jacqueline Onassis, fotografata molte volte, durante gli anni Sessanta, con diverse versioni di questa borsa al braccio. L'ex First Lady degli Stati Uniti era
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Granny's Gourmet Room - Laughlin Entertainer
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In the early '70s, he studied as an apprentice to three European trained chefs in Newport, Rhode Island before working as the personal chef to Jacqueline Onassis and Maurice Templesman. “Let's just say, I've been around food,” says Brown
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Walkers To Introduce Whimsical Scottie Dog Shaped Shortbread Cookies At Summer ... - OfficialWire (press release)
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Queen Victoria and Jacqueline Onassis are just two of the famous women who have had them as pets. The 3.9 oz cartons of the Scottie Dogs are packaged in Walkers signature red tartan plaid and show two cookies on the front separated by a green plaid
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Benedictine Academy awarded 'Best New School' for public volunteer service - Cranford Chronicle - NJ.com
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The Jefferson Award, which is considered the Nobel Prize for Public Service, was founded in 1972 by Jacqueline Onassis, Sam Beard, and Senator Robert Taft, Jr. While in Washington for the ceremonies, Benedictine Academy Students in Action leaders were
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Faccia a faccia con la fotografia - La Stampa (Blog)
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... dedicata al paparazzo americano Ron Galella, che ha immortalato in bianco e nero divi di Hollywood, da Liz Taylor a Jack Nicholson e personaggi del jet set, da Jacqueline Onassis a Mick Jagger (in una foto gli fa il classico gesto del fuck off)
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Jackie O. à Capri avec Tod's - Puretrend.com
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La maison italienne Tod's s'associe à la prochaine exposition autour de Jacqueline Onassis qui s'installera du 2 juillet au 20 août à Capri. Baptisée Jackie O, l'expo est composée de photos prises durant les voyages sur l'île de l'ancienne Première
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Photos | La maison de Céline Dion sur Jupiter Island - LeBuzz.info
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Cette île, située près du comté de Palm Beach, est un véritable repaire de gens riches, mais pas célèbres!, les résidents des lieux ayant à cœur leur tranquillité (on murmure d'ailleurs que Jacqueline Onassis rêvait d'acheter une maison dans le coin,
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Sylphs and Dolls - The Faster Times
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The girls from the Jacqueline Onassis School at ABT were lovely and precise in their “Dance of the Hours”–it was nice to see some of them, looking just a little bit taller, after their last appearance in the company's new “Nutcracker
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Ron Galella - Vogue
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In seinem Fokus: Mick Jagger, Jerry Hall, Andy Warhol, Elizabeth Taylor oder Jacqueline Onassis. Galellas Handwerk war aber nicht nur dem Spontanen verschrieben, sondern auch dessen Inszenierung und so arbeitete der gebürtige New Yorker im Auftrag
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Interior designer Keith Irvine passes away at the age of 82 - Safestore.co.uk
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They included Diana Ross, Leonard Bernstein, Jacqueline Onassis and Cary Grant among many others. He was known for making "chintz" popular. This signature look of pieces of china, needlework and prints became all the rage among the Manhattan elite of
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Genial e incorrigível, cantor João Gilberto chega aos 80 anos nesta sexta - Pernambuco.com
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Um dos mais interessantes foi o encontro com Jacqueline Onassis, viúva de John Kennedy. “Por duas vezes João me chamou para tocar com ele em Nova York. Mas eu acabava era carregando o violão dele, virava roadie (risos). Em uma dessas noites,
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Keith Irvine, Interior Designer, Dies at 82 - New York Times
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Keith Irvine, an interior designer who brought a sense of wit and unpredictability to the English country-house style that won the allegiance of clients like Jacqueline Onassis, Rex and Lady Harrison, and Pat and William F. Buckley
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High-Society Homicide: Christopher Mason, Host of the New TV Show "Behind ... - ARTINFO
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George was an intimate friend of Brooke Astor, Jacqueline Onassis, and Liz Smith, and he entranced me with wondrous tales of intrigue and backstabbing, carried out with finesse. He could be devastatingly funny, and accurate, in his assessments of the
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    TWENTIES
  • 1994
    Onassis made her last trip home from New York Hospital–Cornell Medical Center on May 18, 1994.
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    She began chemotherapy in January 1994, and publicly announced the diagnosis, initially stating that the prognosis was good.
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  • 1993
    In November 1993, while participating in a fox hunt in Middleburg, Virginia, Onassis fell from her horse and was taken to the hospital to be examined.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1980
    From 1980 until her death, her companion and personal financial adviser was Maurice Tempelsman, a Belgian-born industrialist and diamond merchant who was estranged from his wife.
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  • 1977
    She resigned from Viking Press in 1977 following the false accusation by The New York Times that she held some responsibility for the company's publication of Jeffrey Archer novel Shall We Tell the President?, which was set in a fictional future presidency of Ted Kennedy and described an assassination plot against him.
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  • 1976
    After almost a decade of avoiding participation in political events, she attended the 1976 Democratic National Convention, stunning the assembled delegates when she appeared in the visitors' gallery.
  • 1975
    After the death of her husband, Onassis returned permanently to the United States, splitting her time between New York City, Martha's Vineyard, and the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis, Massachusetts. In 1975, she became a consulting editor at Viking Press, a position which she held for two years.
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  • 1968
    She also attended the funeral services of Martin Luther King, Jr. in Atlanta, Georgia, in April 1968, despite her initial reluctancy due to the crowds and reminders of President Kennedy's death.
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    On October 20, 1968, Kennedy married her long-time friend Aristotle Onassis, a wealthy Greek shipping magnate who was able to provide the privacy and security she sought for herself and her children.
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    Just after midnight PDT on June 5, 1968, Robert Kennedy was shot and mortally wounded, minutes after celebrating his victory in the California Democratic presidential primary with a crowd of his supporters.
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    Following the January 1968 Tet offensive in Vietnam, which resulted in a drop in President Johnson's poll numbers, Robert Kennedy's advisors urged him to enter the presidential race.
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    She and her children withdrew from public view after his funeral, and she married Aristotle Onassis in 1968.
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  • 1967
    During the Vietnam War in November 1967, Life magazine dubbed Kennedy "America's unofficial roving ambassador" when she and David Ormsby-Gore, former British ambassador to the United States during the Kennedy administration, traveled to Cambodia, where they visited the religious complex of Angkor Wat with Chief of State Norodom Sihanouk.
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  • 1966
    Kennedy was subject to significant media attention in 1966–1967, when she and Robert Kennedy tried to block the publication of William Manchester's authorized account of President Kennedy's death, despite its having been commissioned by her. They sued its publishers, Harper & Row, in December 1966; the suit was settled the following year with Manchester removing passages detailing President Kennedy's family life.
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  • 1964
    She purchased a house for herself and the children in Georgetown, but sold it later in 1964 and bought a 15th floor apartment at 1040 Fifth Avenue on Manhattan in the hopes of having more privacy.
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    On January 14, 1964, Kennedy made a televised appearance from the office of the Attorney General, thanking the public for the "hundreds of thousands of messages" she had received since the assassination and said she had been sustained by America's affection for her late husband.
    Kennedy spent 1964 in mourning and made few public appearances during that time.
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  • 1963
    On November 29, 1963, a week after her husband's assassination, Kennedy was interviewed in Hyannis Port by Theodore H. White of Life.
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    On November 21, 1963, The First Lady and the President left the White House for a political trip to Texas, the first time she had joined her husband on such a trip in the U.S. After a breakfast on November 22, they flew from Fort Worth's Carswell Air Force Base to Dallas' Love Field on Air Force One, accompanied by Texas Governor John Connally and his wife Nellie.
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    Arthur Schlesinger wrote that while President Kennedy always "regarded Jacqueline with genuine affection and pride", their marriage "never seemed more solid than in the later months of 1963".
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    In early 1963, Kennedy was again pregnant, leading her to curtail her official duties.
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    On November 22, 1963, she was riding with him in a motorcade in Dallas, Texas, when he was assassinated.
  • 1962
    At the urging of John Kenneth Galbraith, U.S. Ambassador to India, Kennedy undertook a tour of India and Pakistan with her sister Lee Radziwill in 1962, which was amply documented in photojournalism of the time as well as in Galbraith's journals and memoirs.
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    Kennedy won a special Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Trustees Award for it at the Emmy Awards in 1962, which was accepted on her behalf by Lady Bird Johnson.
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    On February 14, 1962, Kennedy took American television viewers on a tour of the White House with Charles Collingwood of CBS News.
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  • 1961
    In 1961, Kennedy spent $45,446 more on fashion than the $100,000 annual salary her husband earned as president.
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    When her husband was sworn in as president on January 20, 1961, 31-year-old Kennedy became the third youngest First Lady in American history (behind Frances Folsom (21) and Julia Gardiner (22).
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  • 1960
    John F. Kennedy narrowly beat Republican opponent Richard Nixon in the U.S. presidential election on November 8, 1960.
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    On September 29, 1960, the Kennedys appeared together for a joint interview on Person to Person, interviewed by Charles Collingwood.
    She watched the September 26, 1960, debate between her husband and Vice President Richard Nixon at Hyannis Port with Marian Cannon, wife of Arthur Schlesinger.
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    On July 13, 1960, John Kennedy was nominated by the Democratic Party for President of the United States in Los Angeles at the 1960 Democratic National Convention.
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    John F. Kennedy announced his candidacy for the presidency and launched his nationwide campaign on January 3, 1960.
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  • 1959
    In July 1959, historian Arthur M. Schlesinger visited the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port, having his first conversation with Kennedy and finding her to have "tremendous awareness, an all-seeing eye and a ruthless judgement".
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  • 1958
    In November 1958, John Kennedy was reelected to a second term.
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    She and John Kennedy were at the time campaigning for his re-election to the Senate, and posed with their infant daughter for the cover of the April 21, 1958, issue of Life.
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  • 1957
    Kennedy gave birth to a daughter, Caroline, on November 27, 1957, via Caesarean section.
  • 1955
    Additionally, Kennedy suffered a miscarriage in 1955 and in August 1956 gave birth to a stillborn daughter, Arabella.
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  • 1954
    John Kennedy suffered from Addison's Disease and from chronic and at times debilitating back pain due to a war injury; in late 1954, he underwent two spinal operations that almost proved fatal.
  • 1953
    Bouvier and Kennedy were married on September 12, 1953, at St. Mary's Church in Newport, Rhode Island, in a Mass celebrated by Boston's Archbishop Richard Cushing.
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    Their engagement was officially announced on June 25, 1953.
  • 1952
    Bouvier and then-U.S. Representative John F. Kennedy belonged to the same social circle, and were formally introduced by a mutual friend, journalist Charles L. Bartlett, at a dinner party in May 1952.
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    In addition to the random "man on the street" vignettes, she sometimes sought interviews with people of interest such as six-year-old Tricia Nixon after her father Richard Nixon was elected to the vice presidency several days after the 1952 presidential election. During this time, Bouvier was also briefly engaged to a young stockbroker, John G. W. Husted, Jr.; the announcement was published in The New York Times in January 1952, after only a month of dating.
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  • 1951
    When she returned to the U.S. in the fall of 1951, Bouvier changed her mind about the Vogue editorship and quit after only one day of work.
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    Upon returning home, she transferred to The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in French literature in 1951.
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  • 1936
    They separated in 1936 and divorced four years later, with the press publishing intimate details of the split.
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  • 1935
    Bouvier was enrolled in the Chapin School in Manhattan in 1935, which she attended for grades 1–6.
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  • 1933
    Her younger sister Lee was born in 1933.
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  • 1929
    Born on July 28, 1929.
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