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Credit:Denis Morissette832 viewsPhotographer Stuart. L. Reed
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3230 viewsJames W. Altgens, Associated Press Wirephoto operator-photographer, who made the photos of the assassination of President Kennedy, is shown in Dallas, Dec. 3, 1963. Altgens holds the camera which which he recorded the event.
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Bothun photographer location (Credit: Martin Hinrichs)3462 views
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Frank Cancellare Uncropped JFK Assassination Aftermath Photograph1609 viewsFrank Cancellare Uncropped JFK Assassination Aftermath Photograph
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488 views Identifier: 10000365
Title: Dallas, Texas underpass at Elm, Main, and Commerce Streets, 1948
Creator: Squire Haskins Photography, Inc. (Photographer)
Description: Dallas underpass at Elm, Main, and Commerce Streets, with horses in parade going down Main Street, 1948
Date Created: 1948
Coverage: 1940s
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495 views Title: Underpass from Industrial Boulevard, Dallas, Texas
Creator: Squire Haskins Photography, Inc. (Photographer)
Description: Underpass from Industrial Blvd., Dallas.
Date Created: 1952-05-29
Coverage: 1950s
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Contact Sheet765 viewsDarryl Heikes, photographer, Dallas Times Herald Collection
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Darryl Heikes photo1545 viewsOriginal 35mm black and white negative taken by Dallas Times Herald and United Press International newspaper photographer Darryl Heikes showing the presidential motorcade turning from Harwood street onto Main street in downtown Dallas. Secret Service Agent Clint Hill, assigned to Jacqueline Kennedy, occasionally rode on the rear bumper of the president's car, as seen in this image, when the crowds grew heavy.
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File - HSCA_Volume_VI__P287.jpg932 viewsLovelady later explained that when he was interviewed and photographed by the FBI, he had not been told to wear the same shirt he had worn on the day of the assassination and that, in fact, he had been wearing a long-sleeved, plaid shirt when he was standing in the Texas School Book Depository doorway
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TSBD Crop Approx 2 - weeks after the assassination 5th December870 viewsPhotographer: Dallas County Sheriff's Department

Type of Object: Negative (b&w)
Date: 12/05/1963
Credit Line: Dallas County Sheriff's Department Collection/The Sixth Floor Museum
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TSBD Crop Approx 2 - weeks after the assassination 5th December1013 viewsPhotographer: Dallas County Sheriff's Department

Type of Object: Negative (b&w)
Date: 12/05/1963
Credit Line: Dallas County Sheriff's Department Collection/The Sixth Floor Museum
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TSBD Crop Approx 2 - weeks after the assassination 5th December1050 viewsPhotographer: Dallas County Sheriff's Department

Type of Object: Negative (b&w)
Date: 12/05/1963
Credit Line: Dallas County Sheriff's Department Collection/The Sixth Floor Museum
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