The photographer Mark Shaw used his skill and his intimate friendship with John Fitzgerald Kennedy to create the most intimate portrait of the family of the President of the United States. Even if the Kennedys always seemed relaxed before the media – the vast amount of graphic material documenting his 1.036 days at the White House stand as proof to this – Shaw enhances his photographs with a warm sense of familiarity scarcely found in other images.
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