November 21st, 2013
11:44 PM ET

The mystery surrounding Jackie Kennedy's pink suit

Jackie Kennedy's pink suit is one of the most enduring images from the day of President John F. Kennedy's assassination. Fifty years later, it is locked up inside the National Archives. Randi Kaye explains why it won't be seen by the public anytime soon.
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  1. Damian

    I wonder why this suit is not cremated. In 100 years would Jackie want this displayed? I don't think so.

    November 22, 2013 at 11:27 pm |
  2. Ronald E Halvorson

    JFK 50 years later.

    The headline 50 years ago today was, "Three shots were fired at president Kennedy's motorcade today, in downtown Dallas." But I want to remind people that three shots, will never take away all the things he did for this country. Three shots, will never take away the Peace Corp, the Space Program, the Test Ban Treaty, and the Voting Rights Act, just to name a few. Three shots will never take away his vision for the people of this country. The "New Frontier" is still out there for a new generation of Americans to reach towards. We as a nation, must refocus ourselves to light that candle, and truly light the world, for our children and grandchildren. Let us remember these things on this day, and move forward.

    Ronald E Halvorson
    Lincoln, Nebraska
    November 22nd, 2013

    November 22, 2013 at 10:46 am |
    • ANNE

      Very well said. Thank you.

      November 23, 2013 at 4:27 pm |

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