Take a Look At These Never-Before-Seen Photos from John and Jacqueline Kennedy’s Wedding
In 1993, a bunch of never-before-seen photos from John and Jacqueline Kennedy’s wedding were found in the darkroom of Arthur Burges, who served as a “backup” photographer at the celebration (which, I’m guessing, in today’s terms would basically be the second shooter).
Because they were not the photos used in any kind of official capacity, they’re being considered “outtakes” from the famous wedding, and this month, they’ll be auctioned off by RR Auction (bids close October 15th).
There are about 13 shots, and you can scroll through them (seeing photos of this particular nuptial union never gets old, does it?) over at CNN.com and People. You know it’s a good dress when it holds up over six decades later.
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