Three Days in November       

Fifty-seven years ago this week, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. There is nothing I can say about his murder that hasn’t been said a hundred times before by people more qualified to say it.

Instead, here are some photographs you may not have seen before.

November 22

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President and Mrs. Kennedy arrive at Love Field

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Pressing the Flesh

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The Crowd at Love Field

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Crowd Awaiting the Motorcade

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Here Comes the President

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Turning

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Final Minutes

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Did you hear that?

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At Parkland Hospital – Waiting for News

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Hearse Arrives at Parkland

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Message Received

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Where Oswald shot Officer J. D. Tippit. The dark area at lower right is Officer Tippit’s blood.

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Oswald in Custody

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Evidence

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More Evidence

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The List

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The Hand that Pulled the Trigger

November 23

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Oswald Meets the Press at Midnight

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In the Morning

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Mrs. Oswald

November 24

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Jack Ruby – Gun in Hand

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Oswald to the Morgue

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The Crowd Gets the News

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Jack Ruby in Custody

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A Letter to Jack Ruby

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