A Boston library and museum dedicated to the memory of President John F. Kennedy is expanding with the opening of a new wing.
Caroline Kennedy, the president's only surviving child, is scheduled to inaugurate a new wing of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on Wednesday.
The wing includes 15,000 square feet of archival storage, a staging area for exhibits and curatorial work, and a new temporary exhibit gallery.
It comes after the National Archives in 2001 conducted a program review of the Kennedy Presidential Library and concluded that it had storage problems.
The ceremony will also be witnessed by fourth and fifth grade students from the Winship School, a Boston Public School in Brighton.
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