The answer is after the JUMP.
Jim Fitzgerald, the Doubleday colleague who inquired whether she would be going to Dallas for the conference, cited her wry response as an example not of bitterness but of the self-deprecating humor that endeared her to her co-workers. In fact, Onassis didn’t shy away from Dallas altogether. One of the books she edited, The Democratic Forest, included a photograph by William Eggleston of the Texas School Depository, the infamous warehouse from which Lee Harvey Oswald gate-crashed his way into history. She edited the photo and the related text with stoic professionalism.