Historian writing a book on Robert Kennedy (@BloomsburyPress 2015). Producer at @upwithsteve. Opinions are mine.
Ted Kennedy painting, 1965.
Good day to be Irish and the Senator from New York: Pat Moynihan and Bobby Kennedy.
Bob Morgenthau, still busy at 93. http://nyti.ms/ZLQuyn Here he is debating Nelson Rockefeller in 1962.
... Billy Carter knew his model trucks.
Not only did Billy Carter know books....
Billy Carter's 1977 Newsweek cover is solid gold. (Thanks, @NWKArchivist)
Lyndon Johnson's hand, bruised and bandaged from campaigning, 1964.
Rarely seen in sunglasses: Martin Luther King, Jr.
Astounded that Sinatra let himself be photographed this way, 1965.
Woodrow Wilson in a top hat and heavy fur coat, with General Pershing, 1918.
1964 anti-LBJ and anti-Goldwater buttons.
In 1967, Lyndon Johnson gave the Pope a bust of himself. Where is it today, @jasondhorowitz? (c/o @LBJLibrary)
Lyndon Johnson was 59 years old and running for reelection when this cover ran.
Jacqueline Kennedy's Manhattan, from the Saturday Evening Post, 1967.
An image of Franklin Roosevelt in a pool, used to sell life insurance in 1962.
Robert Caro on The Simpsons last week.
Robert Kennedy's Moby Dick doodle, 1964.
At right is a White House security pass from the Kennedy administration.
One anti-JFK letter that circulated in 1960, warning the "Throne of Peter" would have Fort Knox, the H-Bomb.
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