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JFK and Jackie Kennedy's First Year of Marriage in Photos

Rare shots of the political power couple showcase their early life together.
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Check out these just-released images of the impossibly perfect duo as young lovebirds in Washington, D.C.

Jackie Kennedy playing with their dog.


JFK in sneakers throwing a football as his sister-in-law Ethel and Jackie Kennedy spectate.


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Taking a phone call in their home.


Jackie Kennedy sets the table at their duplex in Georgetown.


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JFK reading in the yard, while Jackie tends to the landscaping.


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Jackie Kennedy walks the couple's dog around Georgetown in 1954.


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The couple sitting on a ledge at Capitol Hill with a colleague.


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Jackie Kennedy sorting through their record collection.



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Robert F. Kennedy, Ethel Kennedy, JFK, and Jackie Kennedy sit in the backyard of their Georgetown complex.



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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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