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    garry winogrand, john kennedy live and on television

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    Garry Winogrand, 'JFK at the Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles' 1960

  • Mindi Johnson

    Garry Winogrand took this iconic photograph of John F. Kennedy during his acceptance speech at the 1960 Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles. Until recently, it was the only Winogrand photograph from the convention that had previously been published. The New York Times brings us a selection of newly-released photos by Winogrand from that historic event and is asking its readers to help identify the people in them.

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