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"When we got into office, the one thing that surprised me most was to find that things were just as bad as we’d been saying they were" ~ JFK

1962, President John F. Kennedy throws out the ceremonial first pitch in Washington D.C.'s new stadium, called simply “D.C. Stadium.”

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President John F. Kennedy throws out the first pitch at the new D. Stadium in April which was renamed RFK Stadium while Richard Nixon was president.

JFK establishes Peace Corps  http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/kennedy-establishes-peace-corps

President Kennedy in the Oval Office. (President ~~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 1917 – November

John F. Kennedy in Detroit.

JFK was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal and Purple Heart for his actions while in command of during World War II. When JFK was asked how he became a war hero, he replied, “It was involuntary, they sank my boat.

JFK and Jackie in a photo booth - 1953

President John F. Kennedy Jack & Jackie Photo Booth Pictures The photo booth photo above was taken on a different occasion as the two bel.

Senator John F. Kennedy in his Senate office. Photograph in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston (President's Collection/Senate/F 186).

14 Photos Of President John F Kennedy In His Senate Office

After JFK became President he didn’t want to be photographed wearing glasses. But he had been wearing glasses since age were prescribed for him by Dr. John Wheeler for far-sightedness. But here he is in his Senate Office on the 21 of April

President Kennedy

John Fitzgerald Kennedy (May 1917 – November often referred to by his initials JFK, was the President of the United States, serving from 1961 until his death in