A young Nancy Pelosi, posing with President Kennedy on his Inauguration Day
President Kennedy frolicked with his son at the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port, urging him to take the plunge into the family swimming pool.
President Kennedy on a summer day on the presidential yacht, Honey Fitz
The day before President Kennedy was assassinated, the Dallas area was peppered with flyers, and a full-page ad (below) was run in The Dallas Morning News. The John Birch Society, founded by Fred Koch, was dedicated to destroying the president. His sons, David and Charles Koch founded the a Teaparty.
A close-up view of President John F. Kennedy with his wife, Jacqueline, and Texas Gov. John Connally and his wife, in Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22...
President Theodore Roosevelt's diary entry the day his wife died.
1/21/13, Daily Mail - President Obama and First Lady Michelle celebrate at his second inauguration ball at the Washington Convention Center on Monday night as Jennifer Hudson sang an Al Green classic
President Obama with his young niece, Savita, Martha’s Vineyard, Aug. 25, 2009 (Pete Souza)
Don't Let Go
President John F. Kennedy at a "Birthday Salute" in his honor at Madison Square Garden in New York, May 19, 1962. S)
Places I Want to Go
Day 1: President John Kennedy reaches for a pen to sign the visitors' book at Arch of Triumph in Paris on May 31, 1961 after kindling the flame marking the tomb of the Unknown Soldier at the Paris landmark. French President Charles De Gaulle, wearing his general's uniform, stands beside the U.S. Chief Executive. (AP Photo)
Christmas puppy: President Reagan gifted his wife Nancy with a dog in December 1985. The dog, a King Charles spaniel, was named Rex
Photos of Christmas at the White House with President John F. Kennedy. The 35th President of the United States is seen here during his first Christmas season in office with First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. On Dec. 13, 1961, the pair hosted a pre-Christmas party for White House staffers and their families.
Jacqueline Kennedy & President John F. Kennedy, Life Magazine, 1961.