A perspective on Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
"The tapes have the effect of humanizing Mrs. Kennedy and providing hints of the person she was in the spring of 1964," Fitzpatrick said.
"She was then a young woman, who was only a few months away from a profoundly traumatic experience. Yet she speaks with intelligence, wit, composure, a good deal of penetrating observation, humor, some anger, and certainly very strong opinions about her White House years."
Pictured: President Kennedy listened closely to his wife as they stood in public while Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr. was sworn in as undersecretary of commerce on March 2, 1963.