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Jacqueline and children change planes here
Alternative Title
Los Angeles Herald Examiner Photo Collection
Mack, Lou
Date Created and/or Issued
Contributing Institution
Los Angeles Public Library
Los Angeles Public Library Photo Collection
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John Kennedy Jr. suffered both first and second degree burns on his back and hand after he fell on hot coals during the family's vacation in Hawaii.
Photograph caption dated July 25, 1966 reads, "Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy and children, Caroline, 9, and John, 5, pass through Los Angeles International Airport. John still wears white glove on burned right hand. They had spent a seven-week vacation in Hawaii. They changed planes, boarding a New York plane here."
1 photographic print :b&w ;36 x 29 cm.
Photographic prints
Herald Examiner Collection
HE box 2098
Onassis, Jacqueline Kennedy,--1929-1994
Kennedy, John F.--Jr.,--1960-1999
Kennedy, Caroline,--1957-
Los Angeles International Airport
Children--California--Los Angeles
Airports--California--Los Angeles
Airplanes--California--Los Angeles
Interiors--California--Westchester (Los Angeles)
Westchester (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Los Angeles Herald-Examiner photographs
Herald-Examiner Collection photographs

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