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Faces in the crowd

The following are some of the notables who attended Senator Edward M. Kennedy's funeral yesterday.

Jack Nicholson, at the funeral. Jack Nicholson, at the funeral. (Brian Snyder/ Pool/ Getty Images)
Globe Staff / August 30, 2009

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President Obama.

Vice President Joe Biden.

Former president George W. Bush.

Former president Jimmy Carter.

Former president Bill Clinton.

Former vice president Al Gore.

Former vice president Walter Mondale.

Former vice president Dan Quayle.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Senator Orrin G. Hatch.

Senator Chris Dodd.

Senator John McCain.

Senator John F. Kerry.

Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.

Senator Roland Burris.

Senator Susan M. Collins.

Senator Olympia J. Snowe.

Senator Harry Reid.

Senator Jay Rockefeller.

Senator Judd Gregg.

Senator Jeanne Shaheen.

Senator Russ Feingold.

Senator Charles Schumer.

Senator Al Franken.

Senator Max Baucus.

Senator Dick Durbin.

Senator Tom Harkin.

Senator Patrick Leahy.

Senator Mark Warner.

Senator Dianne Feinstein.

Senator Barbara Boxer.

Senator Mitch McConnell.

Senator Johnny Isakson.

Senator Jeff Merkley.

Senator Bill Nelson.

Senator Mark Pryor.

Senator Jack Reed.

Senator Debbie Stabenow.

Senator Mark Udall.

Senator Tom Udall.

US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.

Central Intelligence Director Leon Panetta.

Attorney General Eric Holder.

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.

Energy Secretary Steven Chu.

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar.

Secretary of Commerce Gary Locke.

Labor Secretary Hilda Solis.

Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan.

Energy Secretary Steven Chu.

Michelle Obama, wife of the president.

Laura Bush, wife of a former president.

Rosalynn Carter, wife of the former president.

Former senator John Warner.

Former senator Tom Daschle.

Former senator John Edwards.

Former senator Chuck Robb.

Former Senator John Culver.

Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts.

Former Massachusetts governor Jane Swift.

Former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.

Former Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis.

Governor Jon S. Corzine of New Jersey.

Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger of California.

Mayor Thomas M. Menino of Boston.

Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York.

Mayor Richard M. Daley of Chicago.

US Representative Barney Frank.

US Representative Stephen F. Lynch.

US Representative Jesse Jackson III.

US Representative William D. Delahunt.

US Representative Edward J. Markey.

US Representative John Lewis.

Joan Kennedy.

Martin T. Meehan, former US representative and chancellor of the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.

Paul Volcker, former chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Prime Minister Brian Cowen of Ireland.

Sarah Brown, wife of Prime Minister Gordon Brown of Britain.

Shaun Woodward, Britain’s secretary of state for Northern Ireland.

Martin McGuinness, deputy first minister for the Northern Ireland Assembly.

Gerry Adams, leader of Northern Ireland’s Sinn Fein.

Attorney General Martha Coakley of Massachusetts.

Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill of Massachusetts.

Auditor Joseph DeNucci of Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Senate President Therese Murray.

Massachusetts House Speaker Robert A. DeLeo.

James Aloisi, Massachusetts secretary of transportation.

Singer Placido Domingo.

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma.

Actor Jack Nicholson.

Actress Lauren Bacall.

Singer Tony Bennett.

Former Boston Celtics player Bill Russell.

Jesse Jackson Jr.

Walter Isaacson, biographer.

Drew G. Faust, president of Harvard University.

Jack Wilson, president of the University of Massachusetts.

Keith Motley, chancellor of the University of Massachusetts.

Michael Collins, chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Tony and Heather Podesta, lobbyists.

Robert E. Travaglini, former president of the Massachusetts Senate.

Harold Ickes, former administrator under President Clinton.

Graham Allison, director of the Kennedy School’s Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and former assistant secretary of defense.

Steve Grossman, former chairman of the Democratic National Committee and of the Democratic Party in Massachusetts.

Charles R. Stith, founder and director of Boston University’s African Presidential Archives and Research Center and former ambassador to Tanzania.

Nadav Tamir, Israeli consul general for New England.

Boston Red Sox owner John Henry.

Boston Red Sox president Larry Lucchino.

Boston Red Sox chairman Tom Werner.

Stephen Pagliuca, managing partner and executive committee member of the Boston Celtics; managing director of Bain Capital Partners.

Former secretary of labor Robert Reich.

David Gregory, moderator of “Meet the Press.’’

Peter Meade, president and chief executive of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate.

Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley.

Gary Gottlieb, president of Brigham and Women’s Hospital.

Cameron Kerry, Boston attorney and general counsel for the US Commerce Department, brother of Senator John F. Kerry.

Adam Clymer, Kennedy biographer.

John Podesta, cochairman of President Obama’s transition team.

John Sasso, Democratic political consultant.

Hubie Jones, dean emeritus of the Boston University School of Social Work.

Bob Woodward, investigative reporter and associate editor of the Washington Post.

Tom Brokaw, former NBC anchor.

Gwen Ifill, journalist.

John Walsh, Massachusetts Democratic Party chairman.