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Taken from the book ‘What Would Jackie Do?: An Inspired Guide to Distinctive Living
- 3321 Dent Place, Georgetown - Jack and Jackie’s rented house from September 1953 to June 1954.
- 2808 P Street, Georgetown - Jack and Jackie’s home from January 1957 to May 1957.
- 3307 N Street, Georgetown - Jack and Jackie’s home from the time of Caroline’s birth in 1957 to the Innauguration on January 20, 1961.
- 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue - The White House
- 3017 N Street, Georgetown - The house Jackie bought, and lived in for ten months, soon after the assasination.
- 3513 N Street NW - Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Church
- Arlington National Cemetery - The place where John F. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, their stillborn daughter, Patrick Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy and Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy are buried.
- 2700 F Street NW - The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
New York City
- 1040 Fifth Avenue - Jackie’s apartment overlooking Central Park.
- 980 Park Avenue (at 84th Street) - St. Ignatius Loyola - The church Jackie was baptised, confirmed and eulogized in.
- 65 East 89th Street (at Madison Avenue) - St. Thomas More Catholic Church - Jackie’s regular church. Rose Schlossberg was baptised here, and John F. Kennedy Jr’s funeral was held here.
- 14 East 51st Street - St. Patrick’s Cathedral - The church where Robert Kennedy’s funeral was held.
- 85th Street to 96th Street (Central Park) - The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir
Newport, Rhode Island
- Corner of Spring Street and Memorial Boulevard - St. Mary’s - The church that Jack and Jackie were married in.
- 347 South Street - St. Francis Xavier - The church Jack and Jackie attended when visiting the Cape.
Palm Beach, Florida
- 144 North County Road - St. Edward’s Church - The family’s church while staying at the Palm Beach residence.
- 1095 North Ocean Boulevard - Joe and Rose Kennedy’s residence.
- Columbia Point - John F. Kennedy Library and Museum
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