The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois on November 23, 1963 · Page 6
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The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois · Page 6

Bloomington, Illinois
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Saturday, November 23, 1963
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Camera Films Scenes o fraiiUiijrayh, liiooniington, 111., Saturday, Nov. ii, raqic ay miMMMi i II MywmmimmmiiimmmmmB 3- sAJ f3 I' III w f 7 f p, t i fi-'-' .:- -V& t4p- t!vr v-.' '-i President Kennedy, left, and Gov. John Connally of Texas, right, leave Love Field in Dallas only minutes before the President was shot as he and the governor rode in a caravan through downtown Dallas. , ff ' j,; ' "4 'rvilf C Li Mr Mrs. John F. Kennedy, with Atly. Gen. Rolrt Kennedy holding her hand, sees the casket of her slain husband placed in an ambulance at Andrews Air Force Base Friday night. Members of the White House staff are at right. m mt i i i " 1 . .... ,,f4, . ' I 'r: Mmm Jim An unidentified plainclothes officer carries the rifle used in the assassination of President Kennedy at Dallas, Tex, - j i w 1 fx ' . 1 "f ( " V v 0" TmMl')WtMU..w .... ' M"n-uwHiilMUMi)iiiii... '':v:: 3f JL I If' A":J I Mrs. Marina Oswald, wife of Lee Harvey Oswald, hold as a suspect in the assassination, leaves the Dallas City Jail with his mother, Mrs. Marguerite Oswald. Dallas policemen, with guns ready, look up at building where shot came from that killed the President and wounded the Texas governor. Kennedy was on a whirlwind tour of Texas when the assassination occurred. This picture was made from the window where the shots were fired. The car marked by the arrow was about at the spot when the President was hit. ftp- 1 P J I ; iwyiin nwummm iffli.i iji-awu ii.iiw'iwM'uwwyw,-.ii.i')'.'Wi i,..ii' h..miii , 8f ft V H fit 3D III? L3 J WffMVt";i.'!'',4't,. , ' V w .i r I If J"v X-Mi H i;'"Vv; -.a v-' f.f i-W !r- r 1 it 1 1 1 .-WW". ' It J- I 3 C) i 7 A1 :Jy j I H- 1 f . - . . - j:V. 2;,- i - P .V- j """" . - "i f if , mm r. i m Police Ix'lieve that a gunman, with a high-powered rifle, fired the shots that killed the President from the window in the Dallas School Book Depository j hii u i imMMi'n K.ri.oxt''' "' that is marked with a box. The Chief Executive was in a car that was approximately at the spot marked by the cross when wounded. Mrs. John F. Kennedy, her legs and dress heavily smudged, moves to enter an ambulance carrying the body of her slain husband. Atty. Gen. Robert Ken- A. nedy is beside her. The plane set down at Andrews Air' Force Base in Washington at 5:03 p.m. AP Wirtpha

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