John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum to make Jackie Kennedy’s papers public


BOSTON (AP).- Some of former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy’s personal papers, including notes from her televised White House tour 50 years ago, are now public for the first time. The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on Monday released the first part of a collection her children donated to the library, detailing her efforts to restore the White House in a manner that preserved the nation’s history. The papers show script changes for the first lady’s Feb. 14, 1962, televised tour that library officials said drew 80 million viewers after syndication. Notes demonstrate Jackie Kennedy’s attention to detail, breaking down script changes by page and line. “All this superb furniture was accepted by the Eisen-