Jackie Kennedy's Personally Owned Print Of JFK Jr. At Funeral With Evelyn Lincoln Letter. This large print of a painting depicting JFK Jr. saluting his father's casket at the funeral procession on November 25, 1963 was sent to Jackie Kennedy by the artiest. The photo of JFK Jr. was circulated in newspapers everywhere and this touching moment was made into a painting. The artiest sent this print of the painting to Mrs. Kennedy as a gesture of kindness and sympathy. As most people look at it is a historic and sensitive moment. To Mrs. Kennedy it was a horrific memory and she wanted nothing to do with it. She instructed Mrs. Lincoln to “Get rid of it”. This amazing historic artifact comes with a signed letter from JFK's secretary Evelyn Lincoln on White House paper documenting the event. Items owned by JFK and Jackie Kenenedy with Evelyn Lincoln letters are very desirable and valuable to collectors and historians. 100% guaranteed to be authentic Jackie Kennedy owned. Gettysburg Museum Certified Evelyn Lincoln letter provided. A rare opportunity. It was exhibited in the Robert L. White JFK Museum as well as The Gettysburg Museum Of History.