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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Eerste Dame van die Verenigde State van Amerika

Jacqueline Lee Kennedy Onassis (née Bouvier; 28 Julie 1929 – 19 Mei 1994) was 'n Amerikaanse boek-redakteur en sosiale vlinder wat die Eerste Dame van die Verenigde State van Amerika was gedurende die presidentskap van haar eggenoot, John F. Kennedy, vanaf Januarie 1961 tot sy moord in November 1963.

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Eerste Dame van die Verenigde State
Ampstermyn
20 Januarie 1961 – 22 November 1963
President John F. Kennedy
Voorafgegaan deur Mamie Eisenhower
Opgevolg deur Lady Bird Johnson

Persoonlike besonderhede
Gebore (1929-07-28)28 Julie 1929
Southampton, New York
Sterf 19 Mei 1994 (op 64)
New York
Politieke party Demokratiese Party
Religie Rooms-Katoliek
Handtekening Jacqueline Kennedy Signature.svg

Bouvier is gebore in Southampton, New York. Haar pa was 'n Wall Street aandelemakelaar, John Vernou Bouvier III, en haar ma, Janet Lee Bouvier. In 1951, het sy gegradueer met 'n BA in Franse letterkunde vanaf die George Washington Universiteit en het gewerk vir die Washington Times-Herald as 'n navraag fotograaf.[1]

In 1952, het Bouvier dan-kongreslid John F. Kennedy by 'n dinee in Washington ontmoet. Na sy verkiesing tot die Senaat in 1952, het die egpaar getrou op 12 September 1953 in Newport, Rhode Island. Hulle het vier kinders, van wie twee gesterf het in hul kinderskoene. Na aanleiding van haar man se verkiesing vir die presidentskap in 1960, was Jacqueline Kennedy bekend vir haar hoogs-gepubliseerde herstel van die Wit Huis en die klem op kuns en kultuur, sowel as vir haar styl, elegansie, en genade.[2][3] Slegs op 31-jarige ouderdom toe haar man ingehuldig was, was sy was die jongste Eerste Dame sedert Frances Cleveland. Sy was ook die eerste Rooms-Katolieke om te dien as Eerste Dame.[4]

Op November 22, 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy was saam met die president in 'n ope lugmotorkade in Dallas, Texas toe hy vermoor was. Na afloop van sy begrafnis het sy en haar kinders grootliks van die openbare lewe teruggetrek. In 1968 het sy getroud met die Griekse skeepmagnate Aristoteles Onassis. Na aanleiding van Aristoteles Onassis se dood in 1975 het sy 'n loopbaan gevolg as uitgeweredakteur in New York Stad. Sy is dood op 19 Mei 1994, 64 jaar oud.

Gedurende haar leeftyd is Jacqueline Kennedy beskou as 'n internasionale mode-ikoon.[5] Haar beroemde pienk Chanel-pak en 'n gepaardgaande kussingshoed het 'n simbool geword van haar man se sluipmoord. Selfs na haar dood is sy in 1999 as een van die gewildste en herkenbare Eerste Dames van die 20ste eeu.[6]

VerwysingsWysig

  1. https://i.pinimg.com/originals/b8/81/a9/b881a947fca72c742707305836e44c82.jpg
  2. Hall, Mimi. "Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Amerika se Tipies Ikoon van Styl en Genade'. USA Today. Url Besoek Op 13 Februarie 2011.
  3. Circa 1961: Die Kennedy Wit Huis Binneland deur Elaine Rys Bachmann. Quote: "Die prescience van haar woorde is merkwaardig gegewe die invloed sy uiteindelik het op die mode, binnenshuise versiering, en argitektoniese bewaring van die vroeë 1960's tot en met haar dood in 1994. 'n teleurstellende besoek aan die Uitvoerende Herehuis toe sy 11 het'n diep indruk, een wat sy onmiddellik opgetree toe sy het geweet sy was die eerste vrou..." url Besoek op 13 Februarie 2011.
  4. Sieczkowski, Cavan (Mei 25, 2017). Melania Trump Will Be The First Catholic To Live At The White House Since JFK.
  5. Craughwell-Varda, Kathleen (Oktober 14, 1999). Looking for Jackie: American Fashion Icons. Hearst Books. ISBN 978-0-688-16726-4. |access-date= requires |url= (help)
  6. Gallup Most Admired Women, 1948–1998. Gallup. URL besoek op Augustus 18, 2009.

BibliografieWysig

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  • Exhibition Catalogue, Sale 6834: The Estate of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis April 23–26, 1996. Sotheby's: 1996.
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