Robert Kennedy Holding His Son

(Original Caption) Robert F. Kennedy (D-N.Y.) bids his son, Christopher, farewell, at nearby Dulles International Airport today, Kennedy left on the first leg of his four nation African tour that has U.S. official blessing despite its Unofficial nature. State Department experts consider the trip to South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia the most important U.S. visit to Africa since then Vice President Johnson went to Senegal's independence celebration in 1961.
(Original Caption) Robert F. Kennedy (D-N.Y.) bids his son, Christopher, farewell, at nearby Dulles International Airport today, Kennedy left on the first leg of his four nation African tour that has U.S. official blessing despite its Unofficial nature. State Department experts consider the trip to South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya and Ethiopia the most important U.S. visit to Africa since then Vice President Johnson went to Senegal's independence celebration in 1961.
Robert Kennedy Holding His Son
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Bettmann / Contributor
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516574180
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Bettmann
Date created:
June 01, 1966
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