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First Lady Will Be Focus of NBC-TV Documentary

Feb. 22, 1962 - Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy will be the subject of a documentary to be televised by NBC on Sunday, March 25, from 9 to 10 p.m. It will be produced with the approval of the White House. The major portion of the program, entitled “The World of Jacqueline Kennedy,” will depict her days as the First Lady. Executive producer Donald B. Hyatt said earlier events to be covered would include her childhood and young womanhood in New York and East Hampton, L.I., her marriage, her years as a Senator’s wife, and her role in the 1960 Presidential campaign. The production will obtain material from Mrs. Kennedy’s aides and record interviews in the homes of some of her friends in Washington. Other persons who have been subjects for the “World of…” series this season are Bob Hope, the Rev. Dr. Billy Graham and Gen James H. Doolittle. “The World of Sophia Loren” will be televised Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.


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