At San Antonio Airport, US President John F. Kennedy (1917 - 1963) stands up in an open-top limousine during a campaign tour, San Antonio, Texas, November 21, 1963. Also in the car are, Governor of Texas John Connally (1917 - 1993)...Mehr
November 21, 1963 Lizenz
Onlookers at the corner of the Stockade Fence and the Triple Underpass after the assassination of President Kennedy.
November 22, 1963 Lizenz
Spectators drop to the ground after shots are fired at Dealy Plaza during the assassination of President Kennedy on November 22, 1963.
The interior of the Presidential limousine after the Kennedy assassination. Included as an exhibit for the Warren Commission. Ca. November, 1963.
January 01, 1900 Lizenz
Portrait of an unidentified motorcycle police officer who had ridden in President John F. Kennedy's motorcade at the time of his assassination, Dallas, Texas, late 1963.
December 01, 1963 Lizenz
View of the deserted emergency room at Parkland hospital where President John F Kennedy was taken after his assasination, Dallas, Texas, August 1964.
August 01, 1964 Lizenz
Television frame grab of American broadcast journalist and anchorman Walter Cronkite as he removes his glasses and prepares to announce the death of President John F. Kennedy, November 11, 1963.
New Yorker reacting in shock to news of assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson and wife Lady Bird comfort Jacqueline Kennedy aboard Air Force One after the assassination of President Kennedy.
The alleged assassin Lee Harvey Oswald is being removed on strecher after being shot by the nightclub operator Jack Ruby two days after he had murdered President John F. Kennedy. Dallas. Texas. 24th November 1963. Photograph.
November 24, 1963 Lizenz
FBI fingerprinting fluid stains the military identification card of Lee Harvey Oswald. The card was found in Oswald's wallet on the day of his arrest in conjunction with the assassination of President Kennedy.
Investigators carry a paper sack believed to have been used to carry Lee Oswald's rifle into the Texas School Book Depository.
November 23, 1963 Lizenz
This photograph was taken as part of tests to determine the authenticity of the controversial backyard photos, the photographs that show Lee Harvey Oswald holding a Mannlicher-Carcano rifle in a backyard. The photograph was used as...Mehr
The front of the jacket worn by President Kennedy on day of his assassination. It was cut in the hospital. A bullet hole is visible on the right shoulder.
A Western 38 Special stamp marks a bullet used in forensics tests during the Kennedy assassination investigation. The bullet was submitted as evidence to the House Select Committee in the late 1970s when the investigation was reopened.