Jackie and John F. Kennedy returning to the White House, 1961
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Directly responsible for creating the Camelot mystique associated with JFK’s presidency, Stanley Tretick’s poignant and candid black and white photography is world famous. His unprecedented access to the Kennedy White House and the first family made him a witness to history, resulting in his especially insightful images. Tretick originally provided battlefield coverage of the Korean War before photographing Capitol Hill and presidential campaigns. He worked for “Look” magazine for 10 years, was the founding photographer of “People” magazine, was a still photography for more than 30 movies and contributed to three books.
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