Two weeks to the day that her husband was assassinated, presidential widow Jacqueline Kennedy moved out of the White House. It was December 6, 1963.
This article has been converted into a pay-per-view ePublication, and is available here for reading and download in PDF form. It tells the real story of Jacqueline Kennedy’s last days in the White House, following her husbands assassination, including her visits to his burial site, packing and giving away his personal items, her famous Camelot interview with journalist Teddy White, the refurnishing of the Oval Office she never got to see, and what she found in her husband’s presidential desk there. It can be read in its entirety, and includes rare and previously unseen photographs.
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