FATHER and SON Barack Obama Sr. poses with his son in the Honolulu airport during Obama Sr.'S only visit to see his son while he was growing up In Hawaii Young Barack was in the 5th grade when the photo was taken
Barack Obama Sr., a native of Kenya met his future wife while they were students at the University of Hawaii. In 1963, he essentially abandoned his family to continue his studies at Harvard.
Grandparents and Mom THE DUNHAMS: precocious, self-assured Stanley Ann (left); her impetuous father who named his only child after himself; her mother, Madelyn, the quiet, firm influence in the home.
At their home in Jakarta, Ann Dunham poses in this undated photo with her second husband, Lolo Soetoro, their daughter, Maya, and Barack Obama.
Barack Obama with his maternal grandparents, Stanley and Madelyn Dunham during a 1982 visit to New York, where Obama was attending Columbia.
Barack Obama walks with his grandmother Sarah Hussein Obama at his father's house in Nyongoma Kogelo village, western Kenya, in Aug. 2006.
Barack Obama with his grandmother, Sarah Hussein Obama, in Africa
In this Obama Family photo ares: (bottom row, from left) half-sister Auma, her mother Kezia Obama, Obama's step-grandmother Sarah Hussein Onyango Obama and unknown; (top row, from left) unknown, Barack Obama, half-brother Abongo (Roy) Obama, and three unknowns.
Barack walks along Waikiki Beach shortly before he and his mother moved from Hawaii to Indonesia to live with her second husband, Lolo Soetoro, in 1967.
Barack poses with his mother, Ann, half sister, Maya, and maternal grandfather Stanley Dunham in Hawaii in the early 1970s after the family returned from Indonesia. Neighbors remember the close relationship between young Barack and his grandfather.
Barack Obama hugs his younger half sister Maya at his high school graduation
Barack Obama shakes hands during his graduation ceremony from Punahou School in 1977. While in his early teens, Obama chose to stay at the school and live with his grandparents after his mother decided to move back to Jakarta, Indonesia.
At his high school graduation, Barack Obama gets a hug from his grandmother Madelyn as his grandfather Stanley beams. His maternal grandparents raised Obama in Hawaii while his mother was living in Indonesia.
Maya Soetoro-Ng, Barack Obama's half sister, teaches her Education in American Society class at the university of Hawaii.
The wedding day of Barack Obama Jr. and Michelle LaVaughn Robinson