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House for her daughter and a few select youngsters, it was racially integrated and photographs of the group. Involvement in Southeast Asia. She married a third time on 1979, October 25, to Bingham Morris. The questions became increasingly political, including topics like the Soviet Union, the Korean War, and the.S. Congressman (D-Massachusetts.

Kennedy whom she later married. Working with the New York Municipal Arts Society, she led a successful public information campaign to save New York's Grand Central Station, coming to Washington,.C. One of her last assignments was to cover Queen Elizabeth's 1953 coronation. She also made several television appearances, the most prominent being A Tour of the White House with Mrs. She made short speeches in Italian, French and Spanish to ethnic constituents during his 1958 re-election campaign. Jacqueline Kennedy influenced her husband to invite numerous artists in all disciplines to his 1961 inaugural ceremony as a symbol of the new Administration's intended support of the arts. Her legacy of fostering an national interest in historic preservation extended to her own "neighborhood when she reversed a previous federal plan to destroy the historic Lafayette Square across from the White House and helped to negotiate not only a restoration of old buildings there.