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  • White House Guests
    East Room
    entertainment
    This photograph shows the pianist Han Tong-il as he performs for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and over 200 guests in the East Room. He went on to become a celebrated musician and perform with many of the finest orchestras across the world. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    entertainment
    This photograph shows the pianist Han Tong-il as he performs for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and over 200 guests in the East Room. He went on to become a celebrated musician and perform with many of the finest orchestras across the world. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she greets guests attending the Embassy Youth Concert she organized. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth and was held in the East Room of the White House. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    Entrance Hall
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room of the White House. It was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Jacqueline Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she greets guests attending the Embassy Youth Concert she organized. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth and was held in the East Room of the White House. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room of the White House. It was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Jacqueline Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    Entrance Hall
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she greets guests attending the Embassy Youth Concert she organized. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth and was held in the East Room of the White House. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she greets guests attending the Embassy Youth Concert she organized. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth and was held in the East Room of the White House. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she greets guests attending the Embassy Youth Concert she organized. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth and was held in the East Room of the White House. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    Entrance Hall
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she greets guests attending the Embassy Youth Concert she organized. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth and was held in the East Room of the White House. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she greets guests attending the Embassy Youth Concert she organized. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth and was held in the East Room of the White House. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room on November 19, 1962. The concert was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy as she greets guests attending the Embassy Youth Concert she organized. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth and was held in the East Room of the White House. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room of the White House. It was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Jacqueline Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room on November 19, 1962. The concert was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room of the White House. It was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Jacqueline Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room of the White House. It was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Jacqueline Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room on November 19, 1962. The concert was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room of the White House. It was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Jacqueline Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy sitting in the front row as she waits for the Embassy Youth Concert to begin in the East Room of the White House. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy sitting in the front row as she waits for the Embassy Youth Concert to begin in the East Room of the White House. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph shows First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy sitting in the front row as she waits for the Embassy Youth Concert to begin in the East Room of the White House. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • East Room
    White House Guests
    entertainment
    This photograph shows the pianist Han Tong-il as he performs for First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and over 200 guests in the East Room of the White House. The concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. to the concert which also featured a performance by the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet. Han Tong-il went on to become a celebrated musician and perform with many of the finest orchestras across the world.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room on November 19, 1962. The concert was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.
  • White House Guests
    East Room
    This photograph features guests attending First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy's Youth Embassy Concert in the East Room on November 19, 1962. The concert was intended as an opportunity to bring young people from around the world together to celebrate young musicians. This concert was the fifth installment of Mrs. Kennedy's Musical Programs for Youth by Youth. She invited the children of diplomats, Cabinet members, and State Department officials living in Washington, D.C. The concert featured performances by pianist Han Tong-il and the Paul Winter Jazz Sextet.