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  • In this image made available by Sheppard's Irish Auction House made available on Wednesday May 14, 2014 shows Rev. Joseph Leonard with Jacqueline Kennedy at All Hallows College in Dublin Ireland in 1950.  Letters written by Jacqueline Kennedy to an Irish priest have revealed new details about her closely guarded private thoughts. The letters are set to be auctioned next month and could fetch up to $1.6 million. The more than 30 letters were written to the Rev. Joseph Leonard. They were recently discovered in a drawer at All Hallows College. In one, she questioned her faith after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. "I am so bitter against God," she wrote a few months after the assassination of her husband. (AP Photo/Sheppard's Irish Auction House) NO ARCHIVE ONE TIME USE ONLY  ONLY TO BE USE IN CONNECTION WITH STORY RELATED TO THE AUCTION

    Jacqueline Kennedy letters reveal her private side

    Jacqueline Kennedy's letters to an Irish priest written over a 14-year correspondence have revealed new details about the closely guarded thoughts of the fiercely private former first lady, including her questions of faith following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

  • Arts patron, heiress Rachel 'Bunny' Mellon dead

    Rachel "Bunny" Mellon, a wealthy arts and fashion patron, friend of first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and political benefactor who funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to former presidential candidate John Edwards that was used to hide his mistress, died Monday. She was 103.

  • ** FILE ** In this Friday, Nov. 22, 1963, file photo, Jacqueline Kennedy, with bloodstains on her clothes, holds hands with her brother-in-law, Attorney General Robert Kennedy, as the coffin carrying the body of President John F. Kennedy is placed in an ambulance after arriving at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., near Washington. President Kennedy was assassinated earlier that afternoon in Dallas. (AP Photo)

    Jackie Kennedy’s bloody pink suit to stay hidden until 2103

    The pink suit that former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy wore the day her husband was shot 50 years ago — now blood-stained — will stay hidden from public view until at least 2103.

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  • From time to time, the people want to copy the fashion of a first lady, Graddy said, noting Jacqueline Kennedy as an example.

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  • "People look at what she is wearing. They admire it," she said of Obama. "I don't think that fashion is Michelle Obama's first priority. I think that obviously she's interested in what she wears, and she puts a lot of thought into it - and that's what people see and respond to is a very put-together look that they would like to emulate."

    Michelle Obama's 2nd gown lent to Smithsonian →

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