Two-year old Miss Bouvier with her apparent first dog, name and breed unknown, 1931. From her earliest childhood days on Long Island, through her youth in New York, Newport, Rhode Island and McLean, Virginia, to her public period as the wife of a U.S. Senator in Washington and in the White House as First Lady of the United States, to her life afterwards as the world’s most famous woman on Fifth Avenue in New York, Avenue Foch in Paris and on Skorpios Island, Greece, there was one element to her life which remained as consistent as her highly individualistic approach to living. Jacqueline Lee Bouvier
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