People: Sep. 23, 1966

The party took place at the British consul general's house in Boston. Moving through the reception, Jacqueline Kennedy welcomed the first ten British graduate students awarded scholarships by Britain's Kennedy Memorial Fund, established after the President's death to send Britons to the U.S. for research and travel. Never far from the side of her brothers-in-law Bobby and Teddy, Jackie said little, although she was especially pleased to see Lord Harlech, formerly Sir David Ormsby Gore, the British Ambassador to the U.S. during the Kennedy Administration. After the party, Jackie invited the students out...

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