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Jacqueline Lee (Bouvier) Kennedy
This is a photo of Jacqueline Lee (Bouvier) Kennedy added by Amanda S. Stevenson on June 7, 2020.
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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, also known as Jackie Kennedy, was a prominent American figure who made a lasting impact on American culture and history. Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929, she grew up in New York City and attended prestigious schools before studying at George Washington University. In 1953, she married John F. Kennedy, who later became the 35th President of the United States. During her time as First Lady, she became known for her impeccable fashion sense, her support of the arts, and her efforts to restore the White House to its historical glory. After JFK's assassination in 1963, Jacqueline remarried to Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis and continued to be a prominent public figure. She later worked as an editor and as a book publisher, helping to bring attention to important literary works. Throughout her life, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis remained a beloved and influential figure in American society, inspiring generations with her grace, intelligence, and unwavering commitment to public service.
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Amanda S. Stevenson
For fifty years I have been a Document Examiner and that is how I earn my living. For over 50 years I have also been a publicist for actors, singers, writers, composers, artists, comedians, and many progressive non-profit organizations. I am a Librettist-Composer of a Broadway musical called, "Nellie Bly" and I am in the process of making small changes to it. In addition, I have written over 100 songs that would be considered "popular music" in the genre of THE AMERICAN SONGBOOK.
My family consists of four branches. The Norwegians and The Italians and the Norwegian-Americans and the Italian Americans.
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