Published on November 18, 2013
Frame 161 from Abraham Zapruder's 8mm film of JFK's assassination, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963. Zapruder Film © 1967 (renewed 1995) The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Frame 262 from Abraham Zapruder's 8mm film of JFK's assassination, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963. President Kennedy's arms are raised, in a locked position, in front of him, after the first bullet has struck.Zapruder Film © 1967 (renewed 1995) The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Frame 313 from Abraham Zapruder's 8mm film of JFK's assassination, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963 the very instant that President Kennedy is struck in the head by the fatal shot. Zapruder Film © 1967 (renewed 1995) The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Frame 347 from Abraham Zapruder's 8mm film of JFK's assassination, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963. Zapruder Film © 1967 (renewed 1995) The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Frame 367 from Abraham Zapruder's 8mm film of JFK's assassination, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963 showing Secret Service agent Clint Hill (assigned to the First Lady) getting a foothold on the president's limo after the shooting, and before the car sped off to Parkland Hospital.Zapruder Film © 1967 (renewed 1995) The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
JFK's assassination, Dallas, Texas, Nov. 22, 1963
Newly-elected President Kennedy posed for first pictures at his White House desk, January 21, 1961, before plunging into a busy round of conferences. (AP Photo/Bill Achatz)
Kennedy and the first lady descend the stairs from Air Force One at Love Field in Dallas. Cecil Stoughton/John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
President Kennedy and the first lady receive an enthusiastic welcome as they arrive at Dallas Love Field on Nov. 22, 1963. Later that day, the president was assassinated as his motorcade moved through the city. Associated Press file
Jacqueline Kennedy is greeted upon arrival to Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. Associated Press file
The president and first lady arrive at Love Field in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. Photo by Cecil Stoughton, White House, in the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
A 10-mile drive through Dallas and a speech on national security at the Trade Mart awaited Kennedy as he, the first lady, Texas Gov. John Connally and Nellie Connally departed Love Field on Nov. 22, 1963. Less than a hour later, gunshots would shatter the president's plans and plunge the nation into grief. Tom Dillard/Dallas Morning News
Kennedy's motorcade travels through downtown Dallas. Cecil Stoughton/John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Seen through the limousine's windshield as the car proceeds along Elm Street past the Texas School Book Depository, Kennedy appears to raise his hand toward his head within seconds of being fatally shot. Jacqueline Kennedy holds the president's forearm in an effort to aid him Texas Gov. John Connally, who was in the seat in front of the Kennedys, was woundedt. James W. Altgens, Associated Press file
President John F. Kennedy rides in a motorcade approximately one minute before he was shot in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. Riding with Kennedy are first lady Jacqueline Kennedy, right, Nellie Connally, left, and her husband, Gov. John Connally of Texas. Associated Press file
LIFE magazine, November 29, 1963
LIFE magazine, November 29, 1963.
Jacqueline Kennedy leans over the president who slumps in the back seat of limousine as it speeds toward the Stemmons Freeway. Secret Service agent Clinton Hill rides on the back of the car. James W. Altgenss, Associated Press file
Secret Service agent Clinton Hill stands over the president as the limousine rushes toward the hospital seconds after Kennedy was shot. In the jump seat, Nellie Connally bends over wounded Texas Gov. John Connally, and the first lady tries to assist the mortally wounded president. Justin Newman, Associated Press file
Secret Service agent Clint Hill climbs into the back seat of the limousine a moment after Kennedy and Gov. Connally were shot. The black arrow points to Nellie Connally, who is ducking bullets. The white arrow points out the agent's foot, mistakenly thought to be the president's when the photo first ran. Associated Press file
As spectators lie on the ground in Dealey Plaza and cameramen roll their cameras, a motorcycle police officer drives by immediately after the shooting. Tom Dillard/Dallas Morning News
This image of the interior of the convertible limousine used by Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, was exhibit No. 346 in the Warren Commission's investigation. Associated Press file
This photo released by the National Archives shows the bloodstained interior of the limousine. It was taken after the vehicle was returned to Washington from Dallas and was part of nearly 50,000 photos and documents released from the assassination investigation. AssociatedPress file
Jacqueline Kennedy with bloodstains on her clothes stands next to Robert Kennedy as Kennedy's coffin (not visible) is placed in an ambulance after arriving at Edwards Air Force base Nov. 22, 1963. Associated Press file
Her stockings and dress stained with blood, Jacqueline Kennedy reaches for the door of the ambulance carrying her husband's body at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., on Nov. 22, 1963. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, stands behind the first lady, who had just arrived from Dallas with the body aboard Air Force One. Associated Press file
President Kennedy's casket is loaded onto Air Force One at Love Field in Dallas. Onlookers include Lawrence "Larry" O'Brien, Jacqueline Kennedy and Dave Powers. Cecil Stoughton/John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Lyndon Baines Johnson is sworn in as the 36th president of the United States aboard Air Force One. He is flanked by wife Lady Bird, left, and Jacqueline Kennedy. Keystone/Getty Images
The Texas School Book Depository building, which overlooks Dealey Plaza, quickly became the focus of law enforcement as they began the manhunt for Kennedy's assassin. Dallas Police Department/Dallas Municipal Archives
Men peer out the fifth floor window of the Depository building shortly after the assassination. It was the floor above where an eyewitness reported seeing a man with a gun at the window before shots were fired. Tom Dillard/Dallas Morning News
Dallas police discover a sniper's nest constructed from book boxes around a sixth-floor floor window in the Texas School Book Depository. Dallas Police Department/Dallas Municipal Archives
According to the Warren Commission report, at 1:22 p.m., Dallas police found a Carcano rifle in a staircase leading to the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository. Fort Worth Star-Telegram
This photo of Oswald holding a Carcano rifle in his backyard at 214 Neeley St. in Dallas was among evidence gathered by police. Dallas Police Department via Dallas Morning News
With a police manhunt underway, Oswald had taken refuge in Dallas' Texas Theater, where police arrested him. An unknown police officer points to the seat in which Oswald sat. McClatchy-Tribune
Oswald encountered and shot patrolman J.D. Tippit on a Dallas street. Tippit had identified Oswald as the suspect police were looking for. Dallas Police Department/Dallas Municipal Archives
Police mugshots of Oswald from the Dallas Police Department/Dallas Municipal Archives. 00
Two unidentified Dallas police officers flank Oswald after his arrest. Oswald was arraigned in the murder of Dallas police Officer J.D. Tippit. Dallas Police Department/Dallas Municipal Archives
A woman in New York reacts to the news of John F. Kennedy's assassination, Nov. 22, 1963. Stan Wayman Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
A woman buys a copy of the Evening Standard from a street vendor on Nov. 23, 1963. Trevor Humphries, Central Press/Getty Images)
Seven British national daily newspapers in London blare the news of John Kennedy's assassination on the day he was shot. Each front page carried an Associated Press cable photo of the scene in the president's car as his wife, Jacqueline, bent over him just after he was struck by bullets in the neck and head. Associated Press file
Two people in Washington, D.C.'s Lafayette Park read coverage of the Kennedy assassination on Nov. 25, 1963. Keystone/Getty Images
With the Washington Monument in the background, a 76mm field artillery gun at Fort Myer, Va., fires at dawn on Nov. 23, 1963. A gun fired each half-hour from dawn to dusk at each army and Marine Corps base to render honor to the late commander in chief.
Surrounded by detectives, Lee Harvey Oswald talks to the press as he is led down a corridor of the Dallas police station for another round of questioning in connection with the assassination of Kennedy on Nov. 23, 1963. Oswald, who denied involvement in the shooting, was formally charged with murder. Associated Press file
Oswald is detained at police headquarters in Dallas, where he is held for questioning on Nov. 22, 1963. Fred Kaufman, Associated Press file
Oswald, 24, holds up his manacled hands as he is led through the police station. He had been charged with murder in the killing of a Dallas policeman who sought to arrest him in a theater several miles from the assassination scene. Associated Press file
Oswald faces the media in a Dallas police station, where he repeatedly denied he had assassinated the president the previous day. "I did not kill President Kennedy," he said. "I did not kill anyone. I don't know what this is all about." He was brought before the press after formal charges of murder were filed against him. Associated Press file
Jack Ruby approaches and fires on Lee Harvey Oswald as Oswald is escorted to the Dallas jail via the underground garage on Nov. 24, 1963. Oswald was escorted by Detectives Jim Leavelle, left, who is handcuffed to Oswald, and L.C. Graves. Oswald later died at a hospital. Jack Beers, Dallas Morning News
Oswald winces as Ruby, foreground, shoots him from point blank range in a corridor of Dallas police headquarters on Nov. 24, 1963. The plainclothes policeman at left is J.A. Leavelle. Bob Jackson, Dallas Times Herald
Oswald is placed on a stretcher after being shot in the stomach. Ruby shot and killed Oswald as the prisoner was being transferred through the underground garage of Dallas police headquarters. David F. Smith, Associated Press file
Detectives of the Dallas Police Department struggle with nightclub owner Jack Ruby after he shot Oswald in the basement of the Dallas city jail Nov. 24, 1963. Associated Press file
An honor guard of Marines walks the driveway leading to the White House from Pennsylvania Avenue as Kennedy's body is taken to the mansion Nov. 24, 1963.
Kennedy's funeral services card from White House staff files. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Kennedy's funeral services card from White House staff files. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
A crowd gathers at the front of the U.S. Capitol, awaiting the moving of Kennedy's body to a place of honor in the Capitol rotunda in 1963.
Kennedy's body is placed in the Capitol rotunda. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Kennedy's casket lies in state at the White House on Nov. 23, 1963. Robert Knudsen, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Jacqueline Kennedy, flanked by Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, left, and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, backs away from the casket in the Capitol rotunda Nov. 25, 1963. Associated Press file
Jacqueline Kennedy and daughter, Caroline, kneel before the casket as it lies in state in the rotunda of the Capitol. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
A horse-drawn caisson moves out of the Capitol plaza en route to St. Matthew's Cathedral for funeral services Nov. 25, 1963. Associated Press file
Jacqueline Kennedy, with Caroline and John Jr., at the funeral. Associated Press file
From left: Sen. Edward Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, 6, Peter Lawford, Jackie Kennedy, Attorney General Robert Kennedy and John F. Kennedy, Jr., 3. Keystone/Getty Images
Archbishop Richard Cardinal Cushing conducts a funeral Mass over Kennedy's flag-covered casket in St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Cathedral on Nov. 25, 1963.
Jackie Kennedy and children Caroline and John Jr. descend the steps at the funeral. Robert Kennedy follows them. Central Press/Getty Images
Family and friends view Kennedy's casket. Keystone/Getty Images
A black riderless horse with inverted cavalry boots in its stirrups, the military symbol of a fallen leader, is held by a serviceman in the Capitol plaza before the start of the funeral procession through Washington. The horse accompanied the caisson carrying the presidential casket on its last journey.
Kennedy's casket leaves the White House. National Archive/Newsmakers
John F. Kennedy's cortege leaves the White House, November 1963.John Loengard Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
World leaders walk in the funeral procession as it leaves the White House. They include from left, front row: Heinrich Lubke, West German president; French President Charles de Gaulle; Queen Frederika of Greece; King Baudouin of Belgium; Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia; and President Diosdado Macapagal of the Philippines. Associated Press file
The funeral cortege bearing the slain president's body crosses Memorial Bridge leading into Arlington National Cemetery.
With the sound of creaking wheels and clattering hoofs breaking the silence, the President's caisson entered Arlington Cemetery, passed the graves of American war heroes and headed toward the burial spot on a grassy hill which looks over the Potomac.John Loengard Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
Jacqueline Kennedy clasps hands with Robert Kennedy after the burial. Associated Press file
Robert Kennedy, followed by Sen. Edward Kennedy, escorts Jacqueline Kennedy during the burial ceremony Nov. 25, 1963. Abbie Rowe, National Parks Service/John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Jacqueline Kennedy holds the flag that draped the president's casket.
Jacqueline Kennedy and Robert Kennedy at John F. Kennedy's funeral, Arlington Cemetery, November 25, 1963.Stan Wayman Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images
A military officer salutes Kennedy's grave as the Eternal Flame burns at Arlington National Cemetery on Nov. 25, 1963. Associated Press file
Family and chiefs of state pay their last respects. AFP/Getty Images
Mourners gather at Kennedy's flower-bedecked grave Arlington National Cemetery on Nov. 27, 1963. Associated Press file
Mourners file past Kennedy's grave on Nov. 27, 1963. Associated Press file
Men of all services hold their rifles at salute as President Lyndon Johnson carries a bouquet of red roses to Kennedy's grave on Dec. 1, 1963. Maj. Gen. Philip C. Wehle, commander of the Military District of Washington, walks with Johnson. Henry Burroughs, Associated Press file
Arlington, Virginia 2004 With the Washington Monument in the background, a group of soldiers are silhouetted against the sky at the tomb of President John F. Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery on Saturday, May 29, 2004 in Arlington, Va. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Arlington, Virginia 2013 The Eternal Flame and grave of John F Kennedy in Arlington Cemetery. 04 Jun 2013, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, USA- Image by © John Greim/LOOP IMAGES/Loop Images/Corbis
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