The Los Angeles Times, 26 November 2010
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27 janvier 2011
"Reporting from College Park, Md. In the nation's collective memory, the assassination of John F. Kennedy is a clash of images and mysteries
that may never be sorted out to the satisfaction of everyone.
"But if there is a lasting emblem that sums up Nov. 22, 1963, the day America tumbled from youthful idealism to hollow despair, it is Jacqueline Kennedy
's rose-pink suit and pillbox hat.
"An expanded collection of Kennedy treasures and trivia was unveiled this month on exhibit and online to coincide with the 50th anniversary of JFK's inauguration; it includes the fabric of his top hat (beaver fur) down to his shoe size (10C)."