[caption id="attachment_61331" align="alignnone" width="590"] HYANNIS PORT, MA - JUNE 1953: Senator John F. Kennedy and fiance Jacqueline Bouvier go sailing while on vacation at the Kennedy compound in June 1953 in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts. (Photo by Hy Peskin/Getty Images)[/caption]
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Once, power was considered a masculine attribute. In fact, power has no sex. – Katharine Graham: http://dlvr.it/CclThp
Bill Stiritz, Bill Anders, Henry Singleton and Dick Smith are likely names you have never heard before.
Yet they all share a common peculiarity: they are featured in The Outsiders, a terrific book by William Thorndike that was recently recommended by Warren Buffett in an annual letter. 664 more words
It’s hard to write about yourself. Examining yourself objectively isn’t easy, and to share your weaknesses as well as strengths with the world is even more difficult. 202 more words
Rare photographs of John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline on vacation in Cape Cod will be put up for auction later this month.
The pictures were taken in August 1961 and depict the then First Couple in rare moments of candor — the former president casually enjoying a meal at Listerine heiress Rachel ‘Bunny’ Mellon’s beach house, Jackie smoking a cigarette and JFK going for a swim in the bay. 64 more words