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Home, Washington, DC
In 1946, John F. Kennedy, not quite 30 years old, rented this home in Washington, DC and lived here while he began a three-term stint in the House of Representatives. The three-story row house had a patio garden. He rented the house for $300 a month. At the same time, his official residence was a Beacon Hill apartment in Boston’s Eleventh Congressional District. In 1952, Kennedy beat out Republican incumbent Henry Cabot Lodge for a seat in the U.S. Senate. Today, this house is a private residence.

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John F. Kennedy National Historic Site preserves and interprets the birthplace in 1917 and boyhood home of the 35th President of the United States. The modest frame house at 83 Beals Street, Brookline, was also the first home shared by the president’s father and mother, Joseph P. and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, and represents the social and political beginnings of one of the world’s most prominent families. Shortly after President Kennedy’s assassination in 1963, his family repurchased the birthplace and restored it as a memorial to him under the close supervision of Rose Kennedy. John F. Kennedy National Historic Site was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1965 and established as an area of the National Park Service in 1969. The restored nine-room presidential birthplace includes a collection of household furnishings, photographs, and significant mementos personally collected and arranged by the president’s mother. Many pieces in the museum collection are original to the 1914-1921 period, and reflect the lifestyle, various pursuits and interests of the Kennedy family. A taped narrative produced by Rose Kennedy in her own words provides a unique and evocative addition to the ranger-guided tour.

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Boyhood Home, Brookline, Massachusetts
In 1921, Joseph and Rose Kennedy moved the family to this larger home at the corner of Abbottsford and Naples Roads in Brookline. Three more of the Kennedy children were born here: Eunice, Patricia and Robert. This house is a three-story shingled frame house that has a wraparound porch with columns and dentils and two brick chimneys. While living here, Joseph Kennedy started to build the family fortune. While living here, John and his older brother, Joseph Jr., first attended The Edward Devotion School, a public school, and then the Lower Noble and Greenough School, which later became the Dexter School, a private, non-sectarian school. In 1927, the Kennedys moved from this house to the Riverdale section of the Bronx in New York City. Today, this house is privately owned.

Winter of 1962. After a light snowfall, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy treats John Jr. to a sled ride on the White House lawn.
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Library & Museum, University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts
The John F. Kennedy Library and Museum is dedicated to the memory of our nation’s thirty-fifth president and to all those who through the art of politics seek a new and better world. The Library is located on Columbia Point in Boston, Massachusetts, overlooking Boston’s harbor and skyline, in the Dorchester section of Boston, where President Kennedy’s mother lived as a girl and attended school. The library was dedicated on October 20, 1979 by President Jimmy Carter. Over 36 million people contributed to the Library’s construction. Approximately 200,000 visitors and schoolchildren visit the Library and Museum annually, as well as 1,600 research visits and 40,000 participants in community events and educational programs.

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5047. To All my Brothers!Have a peaceful Veterans Day and remember those who sacrificed there lives and can't be here with us!Wiley Dodd (Tiny)President 35th Infantry AssociationRecon 2/35th CACTI!