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Jacqueline Kennedy Moves Into New Home

Feb. 1, 1964 - Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy (pictured today with nephew Joe Kennedy), moved into her new home in the Georgetown area of Washington today. It was a short move for the former First Lady to her home at 3017 N Street N.W. from the residence in the same block loaned to her since December 6 by Under Secretary of State W. Averell Harriman.

Mrs. Kennedy’s latest townhouse is one of the oldest in the area, dating from 1794, and stands not far from the house she occupied with John F. Kennedy when he was elected President. The house has been redecorated and furnished in recent weeks, and the transfer posed no apparent problems.

A few hours after moving in, Mrs. Kennedy emerged in riding habit and boots. She left in a sports car driven by her brother-in-law, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy. Her children had left the house earlier in the care of a Secret Service man.



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