Randolph Churchill

“Randolph’s Day”: The Rose Gar­den, White House, 9 April 1963. Pres­i­dent John F. Kennedy declares Sir Win­ston Churchill an hon­orary cit­i­zen of the Unit­ed States. On steps, front row (L-R): Under­sec­re­tary of State, George Ball, British Ambas­sador Sir David Orms­by-Gore, Pres­i­dent Kennedy, Ran­dolph Churchill. Back rows (L-R): Deputy Chief of Pro­to­col William J. Tonesk (most­ly behind Ball), Sylvia Orms­by-Gore, Randolph’s son Win­ston, President’s naval aide Tazewell Shep­ard. Secret Ser­vice agent Art God­frey at far right. (Pho­to­graph by White House pho­tog­ra­ph­er Cecil Stoughton. pre­sent­ed to Richard Lang­worth, 1988, pub­lic domain)

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