Black Watch regiment plays for Kennedy and family and underprivileged children at White House, 8 days before Kennedy's death
Washington DC USA Date:1963, November 14 Duration:1 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
President Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline Kennedy and British Officers on the White House lawn greeting the Pipes and Drums of the Black Watch Regiment of Scotland. Jacqueline Kennedy shakes hands with a Black Watch Piper. A large group of underprivileged children is invited by the Kennedys to watch the concert. View of President and his wife at the White House balcony with their children. President's daughter Caroline and son John Jr., can be seen. John Jr. bows to the Regiment guest. Then Caroline Kennedy curtsies and then has trouble regaining her seat beside President Kennedy. View of the Regiment playing and marching on the White House lawn. This occurred eight days before President Kennedy was assassinated.
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