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JFK Assassination

The Reporters' Notes

Presented by The Dallas Morning News
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Based on first-person accounts from The Dallas Morning News journalists who witnessed the assassination, this gripping story chronicles President John F. Kennedy's fatal visit to Dallas hour-by-hour, offering a fresh look at history.

Shortly after the assassination, reporters, photographers and editors wrote down their experiences in a collection of notes that have been out of public view for decades. Now, you'll experience the stories of News staffers as they rode in the president's motorcade, talked with Abraham Zapruder on the grassy knoll in Dealey Plaza, waited for updates at Parkland Hospital, covered the scene at the Trade Mart, followed police to the Texas Theatre and chronicled Oswald's shooting in the basement of the police station.

This one-of-a-kind volume also includes copies of the original typewritten, hand-edited notes, giving readers behind-the-scenes access to the first draft of history.

Trim Size
11 x 8.5 (in.)

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    Pres. John F. Kennedy (back left), Jacqueline Kennedy (back right), begin the motorcade from Love Field to downtown Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. Texas Gov. John Connally is waving.

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    JFK motorcade passing Akard Street on Main Street.

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    Assistant press secretary Malcolm Kilduff, Pres. John F. Kennedy's chief spokesman on the Texas trip, announces to reporters gathered at Parkland Memorial Hospital that the president has been pronounced dead.

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    At Parkland Memorial Hospital, Jacqueline Kennedy enters the hearse bearing the body of her slain husband.

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    View from the sniper's nest at Texas School Book Depository, taken later in the day after Kennedy was shot.