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JFK's Assassination

Motorcade onlooker Marie Muchmore captures Mary Ann Moorman (in Blue) about to snap her famous Polaroid picture as her friend Jean Hill (in Red) looks on. Secret Service Agent Clint Hill has begun his run to the Presidential Limoisine in an attempt to protect President Kennedy and the First Lady. This is a frame from Muchmore's 8mm home movie.

THE KENNEDY GALLERY

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First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy is led out of the Friday morning breakfast at Ft. Worth's Texas Hotel to head to Dallas for a motorcade and lunchoen where the President is scheduled to speak. She is led by her Secret Service agent Clint Hill.

THE KENNEDY GALLERY

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White House Photographer Cecil Stoughton records the moments when President Kennedy’s casket is loaded onto Air Force One at Love Field in Dallas, Texas on November 22nd, 1963. Mrs. Kennedy is in the lower right corner of the frame.

Nov. 22, 1963: White House Photographer Cecil Stoughton captures the moment former Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson is sworn in as president in the cabin of Air Force One by Kennedy appointed Justice Sarah T. Hughes.

"Thirty-four years old and one hour a widow," former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy leaves the Emergency Room of Parkland Hospital in Dallas, Texas with her husband's body to begin the trip back to Washignton, D.C.

Jackie Kennedy Enters Ambulance at Parkland Hospital

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So sad.

Mrs. Kennedy holds her husband's arm at Love Field. There was a time in American History when public displays of affection were uncommon. 1963 was part of that time.

Jacqueline Kennedy carries her red roses (the only red ones she got in Texas) beams as she greets well wishers at Dallas' Love Field.

The Kennedys deplane in Dallas, TEXAS, November 22, 1963.

The Kennedys at breakfast in Fort Worth before leaving for Dallas. Jacqueline Kennedy shares a comment with Vice-President Lyndon Johnson.

A copy of Mary Ann Moorman's Polaroid HIghlander 80a camera.

Eye witness Mary Ann Moorman (in blue raincoat with camera to her eye) gets ready to take the Polaroid Picture that would throw her into the spotlight for years to come. (Zapruder frame 298)

Eyewitness Abraham Zapruder's Bell & Howell movie camera. It is now in safe keeping at the National Archives along with the camera original of the film.

An identical copy of eyewitness Charles Bronson's Keystone Olympic K35 triple lens turret movie camera (c.1955) He juggled between this camera and his Leica.

Charles Bronson's Camera - Keystone Olympic K35 Turret

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An identical model of eyewitness Charles Bronson's Leica IIIa 35mm camera. He had it loaded with Kodachrome slide film that day.

RADIO INTERVIEWS WITH MARY MOORMAN AND JEAN HILL ON NOV. 22, 1963

Bill and Gayle Newman reflect on what they saw in Dealey Plaza on 11/22/63.

George Jefferies' JFK film. Some consider this 8mm film to contain the best images of Jacqueline Kennedy taken during the Dallas motorcade.

President Kennedy visible in the back of his limousine at the Safeway grocery store located at 3707 Lemmon Ave. in Dallas.

President Kennedy's car in from of a new Safeway Shopping center at 3707 Lemmon Ave. in Dallas. Mrs. Kennedy is very visible at center frame.