To Our Readers: May 30, 1994

After a lifetime spent observing, a journalist sees so much pass by that it can blur with the years. But every reporter remembers the special moments and the extraordinary people he encounters. TIME contributor Bonnie Angelo and columnist Hugh Sidey both covered the White House during the 1,000 days of the Kennedy Administration. Those times, and now the remarkable woman who helped define them, are gone. But Angelo and Sidey recall the vivid moments they saw.

Sidey covered the Kennedys' initial journey abroad after winning the White House. The trip was to a summit in Vienna. On a stopover in France,...

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