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John F. Kennedy's White House Photographer


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www.thestate.com

Stoughton died Monday evening at his Florida home, his son Jamie Stoughton said Tuesday.
Born in 1920 in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Stoughton was John F. Kennedy's White House photographer and followed the president during both public victories and private family moments. Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as President of the United States of America in the cabin of the presidential plane as Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy stands at his side in this Nov. 22,1963 file photo. Stoughton died Monday Nov. 3, 2008 evening at his Florida home, his son Jamie Stoughton said Tuesday. "He was under tremendous pressure," Jamie Stoughton said. Stoughton was also able to capture some lighter moments of the first family at the White House. One of his favorite pictures showed Kennedy standing in the Oval Office, clapping as his children played and danced, Jamie Stoughton said. A delighted Kennedy signed it: "For Capt. Stoughton, who captured beautifully a happy moment at the White House," Jamie Stoughton said.


www.rockymounttelegram.com

Stoughton died Monday evening at his Florida home, his son Jamie Stoughton said Tuesday.
Born in 1920 in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Stoughton was John F. Kennedy's White House photographer and followed the president during both public victories and private family moments. "He was under tremendous pressure," Jamie Stoughton said. "If his camera had failed, who knows what would have happened. It was the only proof that Johnson had been sworn in." Stoughton was also able to capture some lighter moments of the first family at the White House. One of his favorite pictures showed Kennedy standing in the Oval Office, clapping as his children played and danced, Jamie Stoughton said. A delighted Kennedy signed it: "For Capt. Stoughton, who captured beautifully a happy moment at the White House," Jamie Stoughton said.


www.eveningsun.com

Stoughton died Monday evening at his Florida home, his son Jamie Stoughton said Tuesday.
Born in 1920 in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Stoughton was John F. Kennedy's White House photographer and followed the president during both public victories and private family moments. "He was under tremendous pressure," Jamie Stoughton said. "If his camera had failed, who knows what would have happened. It was the only proof that Johnson had been sworn in." Stoughton was also able to capture some lighter moments of the first family at the White House. One of his favorite pictures showed Kennedy standing in the Oval Office, clapping as his children played and danced, Jamie Stoughton said. A delighted Kennedy signed it: "For Capt. Stoughton, who captured beautifully a happy moment at the White House," Jamie Stoughton said.


www.elpasotimes.com

Stoughton died Monday Nov. 3, 2008 evening at his Florida home, his son Jamie Stoughton said Tuesday.
Stoughton died Monday evening at his Florida home, his son Jamie Stoughton said Tuesday. Born in 1920 in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Stoughton was John F. Kennedy's White House photographer and followed the president during both public victories and private family moments. "He was under tremendous pressure," Jamie Stoughton said. Stoughton was also able to capture some lighter moments of the first family at the White House. One of his favorite pictures showed Kennedy standing in the Oval Office, clapping as his children played and danced, Jamie Stoughton said. A delighted Kennedy signed it: "For Capt. Stoughton, who captured beautifully a happy moment at the White House," Jamie Stoughton said.


news.yahoo.com

Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as President of the United States of America in the cabin of the presidential plane as Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy stands at his side in this Nov. 22,1963 file photo. Cecil Stoughton, the White House photographer who shot the iconic image of Lyndon B. Johnson taking the oath of office aboard Air Force One, has died. He was 88. Stoughton died Monday Nov. 3, 2008 evening at his Florida home, his son Jamie Stoughton said Tuesday. Judge Sarah T. Hughes, a Kennedy appointee to the Federal court, left, administers the oath. In background, from left are, Jack Valenti, admistrative assistant to Johnson; Rep. Albert Thomas, D-Tex.; Mrs. Johnson; and Rep. Jack Brooks,D-Tex. (AP Photo/White House, Cecil Stoughton, FILE)
Stoughton died Monday evening at his Florida home, his son Jamie Stoughton said Tuesday. Born in 1920 in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Stoughton was John F. Kennedy's White House photographer and followed the president during both public victories and private family moments. "He was under tremendous pressure," Jamie Stoughton said. Stoughton was also able to capture some lighter moments of the first family at the White House. One of his favorite pictures showed Kennedy standing in the Oval Office, clapping as his children played and danced, Jamie Stoughton said. A delighted Kennedy signed it: "For Capt. Stoughton, who captured beautifully a happy moment at the White House," Jamie Stoughton said.


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