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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Caroline Kennedy is Inaugurating a New Wing at the JFK Library Today

Caroline Kennedy is opening up a new wing at the John F. Kennedy Library & Museum in Boston, according to a story in The Boston Globe

"The wing includes 15,000 square feet of archival storage, a staging area for exhibits and curatorial work, and a new temporary exhibit gallery," writes the Globe.

Kennedy, the daughter of President Kennedy, is president of the John F. Kennedy Foundation, a non-profit organization that helps the JFK Library perpetuate President Kennedy's ideal that political and public service be conducted and exemplified as an honorable and patriotic profession.

 Located at Columbia Point in Dorchester, the JFK Library & Museum is open year round.  For more details, visit JFK Library.
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