The Library of Congress Information Bulletin recently published a photograph of Bouvier as a photographer on the cover of its June 2006 issue. The accompanying article alerts readers to the fact that more than 1 million images from the Prints and Photographs Division are now accessible online. The Prints and Photographs Online Catalog (PPOC) is an exceptional resource for photographs, posters and prints of the most extraordinary events and people in the world.
If you search the PPOC for “Jacqueline Kennedy” (when you get the results, click on the "preview images" button), you will gain access to the images of her here as well as photographs from the best and worst times of her life. Her wedding was photographed by Toni Frissell, who is perhaps best known for her pioneering fashion photography and her informal portraits of the famous and powerful in the United States and Europe, including Winston Churchill, Eleanor Roosevelt and John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy. Other images capture Mrs. Kennedy on horseback, christening the USS Lafayette, with her husband on the South Lawn of the White House and, sadly, in the aftermath of John Kennedy's assassination.