Cultural Depictions of John F. Kennedy
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Cultural Depictions of John F. Kennedy
Official Presidential portrait of John F. Kennedy painted by Aaron Shikler
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John F. Kennedy

President of the United States


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John F. Kennedy's signature

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John F. Kennedy, a 1988 statue by Isabel McIlvain installed outside the Massachusetts State House in Boston

Cultural depictions of John F. Kennedy, the 35th American president, include films, songs, games, toys, stamps, coins, artwork, and other portrayals.

Film and television




Depictions of JFK assassination

Stage production


Over 200 musical works have been released about JFK, most of which were released following his assassination.[1] Among these are:


White House Curator William G. Allman discusses the inspiration behind Shikler's portrait of John F. Kennedy

Toys and games

Governmental images

The Kennedy half dollar has been the official United States half dollar coin since 1964

See also


  1. ^ Brummer, Justin. "John F. Kennedy (JFK) Songs". RYM. Retrieved 2019.

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