Joan Kennedy with conductors William Steinberg and Arthur Fiedler
Joan Kennedy, wife of Sen. Ted Kennedy, and a classical music lover and musician herself, at Boston Symphony Hall reception on September 26, 1969, for William Steinberg (L), new conductor of the Boston Symphony. At right is Boston Pops Maestro Arthur Fiedler. Mrs. Kennedy made her first public appearance after her miscarriage on August 28, displays a new hairstyle and miniskirt. (UPI Photo/Ralph Alswang/Files)
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