About 70 intimate, behind the scenes photos of John F. Kennedy, Jackie and their children will be featured at a new exhibit at the JFK museum next week, they were taken by famous photographer Jacques Lowe.
The Museum says the photos helped create the legend of Kennedy’s era of Camelot. The original negatives of the photos were lost in the 9/11 attacks, all that was left of the collection were stored elsewhere and recreated using Lowe’s contact sheets and original prints.
The restoration work involving these photos created better resolution and larger images than the originals.
The photos will be on display at the JFK Museum on Main Street Hyannis beginning Monday, May 21st.
A ceremony preceding the unveiling will take place at 10:30 am.