Teenage Jacqueline Kennedy Candid and School Group Photographs
Two black and white photographs of a young Jackie Bouvier (age 16-18). The first measures 4.25" x 3.125", no place [Connecticut], no date [circa 1944-1947]. The candid photograph shows Jackie and two female classmates, one previously identified as "Mal" in another photograph in this collection, all throwing or grabbing for a furry white object (possibly a glove, hat, or muff). Stamped "B60" on verso. The photograph is somewhat faded, with minor edge toning and soiling.
The second photograph, measures 10" x 8", no place [Farmington, Connecticut], no date [circa 1944-1947].The image shows a group photograph of Miss Porter's School classmates, seated outdoors in their light blouses and shorts. Jackie can be seen at the far right of the top row of girls, slightly out of focus, with her arms crossed over her knees. Minor edge toning and soiling.
A wonderful selection of photographs, depicting a young Jackie in her school years, before she met JFK. Other fantastic photographs and correspondences from this collection can be found in this auction from lot numbers 173-179.
This item comes with a Certificate from John Reznikoff, a premier authenticator for both major 3rd party authentication services, PSA and JSA (James Spence Authentications), as well as numerous auction houses.
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