In this circa 1948 photo provided by the Kennedy Family Collection, courtesy of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, members of the Kennedy family pose for a photo in Hyannis Port, Mass. They are from left to right, John F. Kennedy, Jean Kennedy, Rose Kennedy, Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., Patricia Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Eunice Kennedy, and in the foreground, Edward M. Kennedy. The Boston-based museum completed an 18-month project in 2018 to catalog and digitize more than 1,700 black-and-white Kennedy family snapshots visible online, giving a nation still obsessed with “Camelot,” a candid new perspective into their daily lives. (Kennedy Family Collection/John F. Kennedy Library Foundation via AP)
BOSTON – The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum has hundreds of Kennedy family photos watch online, the making of a nation still obsessed with Camelot a candid new perspective into their daily lives.
The Boston museum says it has completed an 18-month project to catalog and digitize more than 1,700 black-and-white Kennedy family snapshots.
Many of the photographs are ordinary snapshots of the typical American family life in the first half of the 20th century. They show the future president John F. Kennedy and his family on holiday, mugging for the camera and photobombing each other.
Shows a young, shirtless JFK grinning while baring his six-pack abs at the pool.
The digital archivist Nicola Mantzaris said the distressing images give the audience an intriguing look into America’s most famous political family.