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President John F. Kennedy works at his desk on May 16, 1962, while visited by his daughter, Caroline, in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington. On Monday, Caroline Kennedy unveiled a new feature at the museum where anyone can use the Internet to “sit” at the virtual desk to learn more about her father’s life and administration.

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Virtual president's desk enlivens JFK's 1800s desk

As a little girl, Caroline Kennedy hung out at her father’s desk while he worked in the country’s most famous office. Now the library she works with to preserve her father’s memory has introduced a way anyone can sit — virtually — at John F. Kennedy’s desk and learn more about his life and administration.


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