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Falling for Jackie Kennedy

Many Americans only got their first look at Jackie during the inaugural ceremonies, but her fashion sense and unflappable poise soon made her one of the country's most admired first ladies. ... More

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Paul, George, Ringo, and John rehearse for the Ed Sullivan show in Miami Beach. In Florida, the Beatles went yachting, swam in private pools, and visited heavyweight champ Cassius Clay. @SEPS 2013
Long Live The Beatles!

From the Jan/Feb 2014 issue, a look back at the masterful, ever-morphing rock band that dazzled us for eight years, and changed all of us... More

Charles Lindbergh adjusts his parachute in front of Sergeant Bell’s experimental biplane on Lambert Field, St. Louis, Missouri, in the mid-to-late 1920s, while Bell waits in the plane.
Lindbergh Re-examined

A national hero in the '20s, the aviator became a pariah in the '30s for his Nazi sympathies. As WWII loomed, the U.S. Army Air... More

Happy Birthday, President Washington!

On February 22, America celebrates the anniversary of the birth of President George Washington. Washington’s importance has been so beyond question that his name is... More

Massachusetts students visit their new senator, John F. Kennedy, whom many women consider the most eligible—and least justifiable—bachelor in the US. Photo courtesy Ollie Atkins.
A Very Eligible Politician

It was unusual for the Post to run a feature article on a senator, particularly one as young and inexperienced as John F. Kennedy. ... More

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Kennedy on the Campaign Trail

It’s hard to remember that John F. Kennedy faced serious obstacles in his bid for the presidency. Don't miss part two of our series "Reconstructing... More

Rethinking Kennedy’s Camelot

In the years following the death of President Kennedy, many people often spoke of his presidency as an idyllic time. They dubbed those pre-assassination days... More

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