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Marnee DeVine & Patricia Kennedy Lawford Attend An Ann Arbor Democratic Women's Club Reception, October 1960 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Marnee DeVine & Patricia Kennedy Lawford Attend An Ann Arbor Democratic Women's Club Reception, October 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 5, 1960
Caption
CAMPAIGNING COUSINS: Mrs. John B. DeVine (left) of Ann Arbor talks with her cousin, Mrs. Patricia Kennedy Lawford, at a reception yesterday in the Michigan Union. The two women are working on Democratic Sen. John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign.

DeVine Sisters Watch John F. Kennedy's Inauguration On Their Television - January 20, 1961 Photographer: Doug Fulton

DeVine Sisters Watch John F. Kennedy's Inauguration On Their Television - January 20, 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1961
Caption
Watching their television set raptly as their "Uncle Jack" became President of the United States today were the four daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John B. DeVine of 1617 Granger Ave. Although the girls call him their "Uncle Jack," he is actually their second cousin. Mrs. DeVine is President Kennedy's first cousin. Left to right are Ann, Susan, Kathy and Margo.

Marnee & John B. DeVine With Their Son John Kennedy DeVine, August 1964 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Marnee & John B. DeVine With Their Son John Kennedy DeVine, August 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 8, 1964
Caption
PRESIDENTIAL NAMESAKE: It may not be too many years before little John Kennedy DeVine of Granger Avenue will be old enough to travel to Cambridge, Mass., to see the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library on the banks of the Charles River. Meanwhile, his father, local attorney John B. DeVine, is busy in his post as Michigan chairman for the Kennedy library fund. Mrs. DeVine is a cousin of the late President. Her mother, Mrs. Charles J. Burke of Chestnut Hill, Mass., is a sister of Joseph P. Kennedy. Little John's sisters, Margot, Ann, Kathleen and Susan, are visiting Mrs. Burke now at her summer home in North Scituate, Mass. Contributions to the Kennedy Library may be mailed to the John F. Kennedy Library, Inc., at 260 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 02116, or to P. O. Box 659, Detroit, Mich.