January 14, 1964 - Jacqueline Kennedy thanks the Nation

January 14, 1964 - Jacqueline Kennedy thanks the Nation

January 14, 1964 - Jacqueline Kennedy thanks the Nation

Mrs. Kennedy made her comments on a newsreel, which was shown before feature attractions in movie theaters throughout the nation. With the late President's brothers, Attorney General Robert Kennedy and Senator Edward Kennedy, at her side, Mrs. Kennedy said, its my greatest wish that all these letters be acknowledged. Mrs. Kennedy went on to say that each and every letter will be treasured, and be placed along with President Kennedy's papers, in the Kennedy Library which was to be built in Boston, Massachusets. Mrs. Kennedy said that the Kennedy Library, would be, we hope, not only a memorial to President Kennedy, but a living center of study of the times in which he lived. And a center for young people and for scholars from all over the world.
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samcad2013
samcad2013
She was quite something.
lilamazon
lilamazon
she epitomized the dignity and the integrity of the nation. such a classy lady.
James Batchelor
James Batchelor
Is she crying?
Izabela Gomez
Izabela Gomez
she was perfection.
Martha Marvelette
Martha Marvelette
Bobby Kennedy "sustained" her Sexuality, before Onasis purchased her.
Mr. K
Mr. K
Jacqueline---sublime, beautiful ----the most courageous of women--with more class and dignity than any royalty-past or present
airdaleva42
airdaleva42
A lady all the way.
nixthematrix
nixthematrix
Some people say she did it
andy watts
andy watts
Yea all the crack heads said she did, but they're so f**ked up.
Leslie Watson
Leslie Watson
Mrs. Kennedy was class personified.
Verborgene Wahrheit
Verborgene Wahrheit
The former glimmer and brightness in her eyes has dimmed. This is plain to see. Her husband was murdered and she suspects by whom. She had to carry the burden of this dark secret for decades.
Oona Craig
Oona Craig
When it leaked that John Jr was considering running for the presidency, they microwaved Jackie into coming down with leukemia and then they downed John Jr's plane. This nation is ruled by criminals far worse than those in the Godfather movies.
Chloe wilson
Chloe wilson
What a beautiful, eloquent, stylish lady she was.  Even when she had cancer she still carried herself with dignity & style.  I could never be that brave. From the death of her husband and her illness.  I am glad she was deceased when her son John, John, was killed.  She lived for her children.  Losing him would have been another great loss to her.  You are a brave lady Jackie Kennedy.  You remain in our hearts as well as President John F. Kennedy.  
bobduvar
bobduvar
Mademoiselle Bouvier, c'est vous la meilleure..... Ce n'est pas nous qui le disons mais le Peuple américain.
Freddy King
Freddy King
Hail to the Queen
Brace67
Brace67
Such a tragic figure. In her hours of grief and sadness she took time to record her gratitude to the American people for their expressions of sympathy and sadness for her and the Kennedy family. We will never forget President Kennedy and his beautiful First Lady.
AlainSky
AlainSky
c'est assez évident qu'elle est encore sur le choc de la mort de son mari et qu'elle lit un texte. it's pretty obvious that she is still in shock from the death of her husband and she reads a text.
powerinself
powerinself
Grace personified.
Juan Manuel Rivero
Juan Manuel Rivero
  What a Classic and Beautifil First Lady Jackie Was..!! She Deserves the Tittle one Hundred Times of the Most Beautiful First Lady of All Times..!!!
DarkEngine
DarkEngine
she was and is a classy woman that all men would love
Rukia_Tensho6188
Rukia_Tensho6188
SufferInJuly You suck.
TheFrenchie160
TheFrenchie160
Bill o Reilly's Killing Kennedy brought me here. RIP Jack.
Ken Henderson
Ken Henderson
This was the last time Jacqueline Kennedy spoke in public. She made a few public appearances; most notably at the Kennedy Library opening in 1979. She didn't speak, but Caroline and John Jr. spoke for her at the ceremony.
cosmodrum1
cosmodrum1
That's a lot of trips to the dentist!
DASH1ful
DASH1ful
"If a man was unfaithful to me I would shoot him bang bang bang in the head:" Marilyn Monroe: The Seven Year Itch
SoCalGal1952
SoCalGal1952
I believe she called John John to be with her. She adored him. She couldn't live without him in life or death. So much tragedy in this family.
SoCalGal1952
SoCalGal1952
So sad. She had so much grace and class.
Gwisemua
Gwisemua
I was thinking the same. Jackie's voice was almost drowned out by the sound of that huge fire. Anyway, beautiful.
Robert Bingham
Robert Bingham
You have NO idea what you're talking about, therefore you should NOT COMMENT, jerk!
Malinda Gray
Malinda Gray
Jacqueline Kennedy, what a beautiful and elegant woman. She embodies more class then anybody in the world today. She went though so much in her short life of 64 years. After the horrendous assassination of her beloved husband she dedicated her life to protecting her children Caroline Kennedy and John F. Kennedy Jr. and that is what she did until her death. Rest In Peace you amazing woman. You left a huge impact on this world. Thank you for your gracious presence.
Mike Garcia
Mike Garcia
This must have been hard as heck to record by Mrs. Kennedy.
MrYellowlabs
MrYellowlabs
JFK could have married any woman in the world back in 1953. He made a brilliantly fantastic choice...Jackie was "The Bomb"!!!!!
SufferInJuly
SufferInJuly
@TheTweeter53 : Learn what? Adultery?
SufferInJuly
SufferInJuly
 Lee Oswald was a gifted linguist. He had children with his pretty, intelligent, university-educated wife (she was trained as a druggist). He was a C.I.A.-operative. He was not a sexually-frustrated, unemployed, junky, mother-hating, drunken loner. He had friends. He had charisma. He bathed daily, visited his dentists after meals and brushed twice a year. [I want to live as long as Elvis would have lived if he were still living.]
Frederick Rapp
Frederick Rapp
Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy was the personification of class. We should all learn from her.
Philip Nute
Philip Nute
zsezse com
highonimmi
highonimmi
so haunting when she said, " all his brite lite gone from the world" and at that moment you can hear a loud pop from the fire. sounding like a gunshot. how eerie it is. she sort of twitches when it happens. she holds a special place in our hearts. a true lady, in every sense of the word. to go through the assasination, hold herself and her family together and a nation, really...and stay so strong...it just make me cry and feel proud of her all in one jumble of emotions. rip miss jackie.
bjr43
bjr43
What a moving moment