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Remembering John F. Kennedy Jr.

President John F. Kennedy sits in a rowboat with his son John F. Kennedy Jr. on Bailey's Beach in Newport, Rhode Island, September 1963.   REUTERS/Robert Knudsen/Kennedy Presidential Library

President John F. Kennedy sits in a rowboat with his son John F. Kennedy Jr. on Bailey's Beach in Newport, Rhode Island, September 1963. REUTERS/Robert Knudsen/Kennedy Presidential Library

President John F. Kennedy sits in a rowboat with his son John F. Kennedy Jr. on Bailey's Beach in Newport, Rhode Island, September 1963. REUTERS/Robert Knudsen/Kennedy Presidential Library
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John Kennedy Jr. plays with his mother Jacqueline Kennedy's string of false pearls, August 1962.     REUTERS/ White House Photo by Cecil Stoughton/Kennedy Presidential Library

John Kennedy Jr. plays with his mother Jacqueline Kennedy's string of false pearls, August 1962. REUTERS/ White House Photo by Cecil Stoughton/Kennedy Presidential Library

John Kennedy Jr. plays with his mother Jacqueline Kennedy's string of false pearls, August 1962. REUTERS/ White House Photo by Cecil Stoughton/Kennedy Presidential Library
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President John F. Kennedy sits as his desk in the Oval Office while his son, John F. Kennedy Jr., looks out from underneath, at the White House, October 1963.   
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President John F. Kennedy sits as his desk in the Oval Office while his son, John F. Kennedy Jr., looks out from underneath, at the White House, October 1963. REUTERS/Cecil Stoughton/Kennedy Presidential Library

President John F. Kennedy sits as his desk in the Oval Office while his son, John F. Kennedy Jr., looks out from underneath, at the White House, October 1963. REUTERS/Cecil Stoughton/Kennedy Presidential Library
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President John F. Kennedy, his wife Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and their children Caroline and John, Jr.    REUTERS/Files

President John F. Kennedy, his wife Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and their children Caroline and John, Jr. REUTERS/Files

President John F. Kennedy, his wife Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and their children Caroline and John, Jr. REUTERS/Files
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President John F. Kennedy walks with his son John F. Kennedy Jr. down the White House colonnade, October 10, 1963.     REUTERS/Cecil Stoughton/Kennedy Presidential Library

President John F. Kennedy walks with his son John F. Kennedy Jr. down the White House colonnade, October 10, 1963. REUTERS/Cecil Stoughton/Kennedy Presidential Library

President John F. Kennedy walks with his son John F. Kennedy Jr. down the White House colonnade, October 10, 1963. REUTERS/Cecil Stoughton/Kennedy Presidential Library
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John F. Kennedy Jr. as an infant with his sister Caroline.     
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John F. Kennedy Jr. as an infant with his sister Caroline. REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. as an infant with his sister Caroline. REUTERS/Files
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Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy stands with John F. Kennedy Jr. and daughter Caroline as they watch the President Kennedy's casket depart the White House in a cortege bound for the U.S. Capitol, November 24, 1963.      
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Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy stands with John F. Kennedy Jr. and daughter Caroline as they watch the President Kennedy's casket depart the White House in a cortege bound for the U.S. Capitol, November 24, 1963. REUTERS/JFK Library/National Park...more

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy stands with John F. Kennedy Jr. and daughter Caroline as they watch the President Kennedy's casket depart the White House in a cortege bound for the U.S. Capitol, November 24, 1963. REUTERS/JFK Library/National Park Service/Abbie Rowe
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President Kennedy's brother Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, his sister Patricia Lawford, his daughter Caroline Kennedy, his widow Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and his son John F. Kennedy Jr. depart the U.S. Capitol after accompanying the president's casket to the Capitol rotunda,  November 24, 1963.      REUTERS/JFK Library/National Park Service/Abbie Rowe

President Kennedy's brother Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, his sister Patricia Lawford, his daughter Caroline Kennedy, his widow Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and his son John F. Kennedy Jr. depart the U.S. Capitol after accompanying the...more

President Kennedy's brother Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, his sister Patricia Lawford, his daughter Caroline Kennedy, his widow Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy and his son John F. Kennedy Jr. depart the U.S. Capitol after accompanying the president's casket to the Capitol rotunda, November 24, 1963. REUTERS/JFK Library/National Park Service/Abbie Rowe
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John F. Kennedy Jr. introduces his new political magazine 'George' at a press conference in New York September 7, 1995.    REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. introduces his new political magazine 'George' at a press conference in New York September 7, 1995. REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. introduces his new political magazine 'George' at a press conference in New York September 7, 1995. REUTERS/Files
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. walks alone on the beach, the morning after his grandmother Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, matriarch of the Kennedy family, died at the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, January 1995.      
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John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. walks alone on the beach, the morning after his grandmother Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, matriarch of the Kennedy family, died at the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, January 1995. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

John Fitzgerald Kennedy Jr. walks alone on the beach, the morning after his grandmother Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, matriarch of the Kennedy family, died at the Kennedy Compound in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts, January 1995. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
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John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette stop for photographers after Kennedy presented actor Robert De Niro with the Municipal Art Society of New York's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal at a gala dinner in New York, March 1997.    

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John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette stop for photographers after Kennedy presented actor Robert De Niro with the Municipal Art Society of New York's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal at a gala dinner in New York, March 1997. ...more

John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette stop for photographers after Kennedy presented actor Robert De Niro with the Municipal Art Society of New York's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Medal at a gala dinner in New York, March 1997. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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John F. Kennedy Jr. and his sister Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg hold hands as they go into the apartment of their late mother Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis through a throng of mourners and members of the media, May 22, 1994.    REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. and his sister Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg hold hands as they go into the apartment of their late mother Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis through a throng of mourners and members of the media, May 22, 1994. REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. and his sister Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg hold hands as they go into the apartment of their late mother Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis through a throng of mourners and members of the media, May 22, 1994. REUTERS/Files
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John F. Kennedy Jr. arrives at the apartment of his late mother by bike, May 21, 1994.     REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. arrives at the apartment of his late mother by bike, May 21, 1994. REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. arrives at the apartment of his late mother by bike, May 21, 1994. REUTERS/Files
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John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Besette arrive for the entertainment portion of a White House State Dinner for visiting British Prime Minister Tony Blair, February 1998.       REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Besette arrive for the entertainment portion of a White House State Dinner for visiting British Prime Minister Tony Blair, February 1998. REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Besette arrive for the entertainment portion of a White House State Dinner for visiting British Prime Minister Tony Blair, February 1998. REUTERS/Files
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John F. Kennedy Jr. emerges from the New York apartment building where his mother died, May 19, 1994.   REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. emerges from the New York apartment building where his mother died, May 19, 1994. REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. emerges from the New York apartment building where his mother died, May 19, 1994. REUTERS/Files
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John F. Kennedy Jr. laughs with an unidentified friend as they watch the U.S. Open in New York, September 1998.        
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John F. Kennedy Jr. laughs with an unidentified friend as they watch the U.S. Open in New York, September 1998. REUTERS/Eric Miller

John F. Kennedy Jr. laughs with an unidentified friend as they watch the U.S. Open in New York, September 1998. REUTERS/Eric Miller
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President Bill Clinton tours the Blue Room of the White House with John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn, March 1999.   

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President Bill Clinton tours the Blue Room of the White House with John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn, March 1999. REUTERS/Files

President Bill Clinton tours the Blue Room of the White House with John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn, March 1999. REUTERS/Files
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Sen. Ted Kennedy and his wife Victoria Reggie sit with John F. Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg at a gala celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Kennedy Center, April 1996.     REUTERS/Mike Theiler

Sen. Ted Kennedy and his wife Victoria Reggie sit with John F. Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg at a gala celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Kennedy Center, April 1996. REUTERS/Mike Theiler

Sen. Ted Kennedy and his wife Victoria Reggie sit with John F. Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg at a gala celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Kennedy Center, April 1996. REUTERS/Mike Theiler
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John F. Kennedy Jr. applauds Senator John McCain, a Republican U.S. presidential candidate, as McCain speaks after receiving the 1999 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, May 1999. McCain received the award along with Democratic Senator Russell Feingold of Wisconsin for their bi-partisan efforts on campaign finance reform.  
 
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John F. Kennedy Jr. applauds Senator John McCain, a Republican U.S. presidential candidate, as McCain speaks after receiving the 1999 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, May 1999. McCain received the award along with Democratic Senator Russell...more

John F. Kennedy Jr. applauds Senator John McCain, a Republican U.S. presidential candidate, as McCain speaks after receiving the 1999 John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award, May 1999. McCain received the award along with Democratic Senator Russell Feingold of Wisconsin for their bi-partisan efforts on campaign finance reform. REUTERS/Files
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John F. Kennedy Jr. arrives at his office in lower Manhattan for his last day on the job as an assistant Manhattan District Attorney, 1993.     REUTERS/Mike Segar

John F. Kennedy Jr. arrives at his office in lower Manhattan for his last day on the job as an assistant Manhattan District Attorney, 1993. REUTERS/Mike Segar

John F. Kennedy Jr. arrives at his office in lower Manhattan for his last day on the job as an assistant Manhattan District Attorney, 1993. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Senator Ted Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg at the JFK Profiles in Courage ceremony at the JFK Library in Boston, May 1996.  
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Senator Ted Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg at the JFK Profiles in Courage ceremony at the JFK Library in Boston, May 1996. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Senator Ted Kennedy, John F. Kennedy Jr. and Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg at the JFK Profiles in Courage ceremony at the JFK Library in Boston, May 1996. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
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John F. Kennedy Jr. speaks with his wife Carolyn Bessett, at bottom with back to camera, as news reporter Diane Sawyer listens at a Robin Hood Foundation awards ceremony in New York, December 2, 1998.      

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John F. Kennedy Jr. speaks with his wife Carolyn Bessett, at bottom with back to camera, as news reporter Diane Sawyer listens at a Robin Hood Foundation awards ceremony in New York, December 2, 1998. REUTERS/Files

John F. Kennedy Jr. speaks with his wife Carolyn Bessett, at bottom with back to camera, as news reporter Diane Sawyer listens at a Robin Hood Foundation awards ceremony in New York, December 2, 1998. REUTERS/Files
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John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn arrive for a gala awards dinner in New York, May 1999.    
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John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn arrive for a gala awards dinner in New York, May 1999. REUTERS/Mike Segar

John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn arrive for a gala awards dinner in New York, May 1999. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg and her brother John F. Kennedy Jr. share a laugh as they chat onstage at the 1998 John F. Kennedy Profiles in Courage Award ceremonies at the JFK Presidential Library in Boston, May 1998.    
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Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg and her brother John F. Kennedy Jr. share a laugh as they chat onstage at the 1998 John F. Kennedy Profiles in Courage Award ceremonies at the JFK Presidential Library in Boston, May 1998. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg and her brother John F. Kennedy Jr. share a laugh as they chat onstage at the 1998 John F. Kennedy Profiles in Courage Award ceremonies at the JFK Presidential Library in Boston, May 1998. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
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A photograph of John F. Kennedy Jr. saluting at his father's funeral, a Yankees baseball cap and flowers wrapped in an American flag are among items left outside the building where John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette lived in the Tribeca section of New York, following their deaths in a plane crash off Martha's Vineyard, July 19, 1999.      
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A photograph of John F. Kennedy Jr. saluting at his father's funeral, a Yankees baseball cap and flowers wrapped in an American flag are among items left outside the building where John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette lived in the...more

A photograph of John F. Kennedy Jr. saluting at his father's funeral, a Yankees baseball cap and flowers wrapped in an American flag are among items left outside the building where John F. Kennedy Jr. and his wife Carolyn Bessette lived in the Tribeca section of New York, following their deaths in a plane crash off Martha's Vineyard, July 19, 1999. REUTERS/Peter Morgan
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