Feb. 22, 1932: Edward Moore Kennedy is born in Boston, the youngest of nine children of Joseph P. and Rose Kennedy. Seated from left in this 1938 family picture in Hyannis Port, Mass., are Eunice, Jean, Edward on the lap of his father Joseph, Patricia and Kathleen. Standing from left are Rosemary, Robert, John, Rose and Joseph Jr.
The Kennedy brothers together: Ted, John and Bobby
Ted Kennedy campaigns for Senator in 1962.
President Kennedy and his brothers, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy and Senator Edward M. Kennedy. White House, outside Oval Office on August 28, 1963
Ted Kennedy and his young family in 1969 arriving at Palm Beach International Airport: pictured: Joan Kennedy (Ted's first wife), Ted, their son Ted Jr. and daughter, Kara.
Senator Ted Kennedy and his son Teddy Jr. arriving at Taoiseach (Irish Prime Minister) Liam Cosgrave's office in Dublin in July 1974.
Ted Kennedy and John Kerry
A young Ted Kennedy.
Ted Kennedy at the DNC Convention in 1980
Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass. delivers his speech about the effect of the war in Iraq on America's security at George Washington University in Washington in September 20004
Ted and Victoria Kennedy
Ted Kennedy was instrumental in persuading President Bill Clinton to grant a visa to the Gerry Adams in February 1992.
Senator Ted Kennedy with Northern Ireland First Minister Ian Paisley and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness making a special presentation of the Develution Day event at Stormont Parliament Buildings during a reception on Capitol Hill ,Washington DC. Photo John Harrison.
Ted Kennedy was a staunch supporter of the Irish Lobby for Immigration Reform.
President Obama and Senator Ted Kennedy
Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., left, and Caroline Kennedy, president of the Kennedy Library Foundation, pass each other during a ceremony awarding the Profile in Courage Awards at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston on May 12, 2008.
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