"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.

"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.

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

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

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

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

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