John F. Kennedy
The Kennedy image, the “mystique” that attracts tourists and historians alike, did not begin with his presidency and is in no danger of ending 50 years after his death.
The ring that once belonged to the assassin of President John F. Kennedy was among almost 300 items linked to Kennedy’s life and death that went up for auction Thursday in Boston.
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is hosting a conference on Columbus Day to help commemorate the 50th anniversary of JFK’s Presidential Commission on the Status of Women report.
More than 800,000 letters poured into the White House after President John F. Kennedy’s death.
A documentary about condolence letters sent to President John F. Kennedy’s widow after his 1963 assassination will be screened at the JFK Library and Museum.
An Air Force One leather bomber jacket once worn by President John F. Kennedy was sold for $665,500 at an auction in Amesbury Sunday night.
American history, infused with some presidential history, is everywhere in Boston, for those who know how to look.
More than 100 years of memories went on the auction block Friday at the now shuddered downtown Boston landmark, Locke Ober.
A Boston institution, and a landmark restaurant in the city, has closed after over a century of business.
President John F. Kennedy’s library is releasing 45 hours of privately recorded meetings and phone calls, providing a window into the final months of his life.