across bottom printed in image: In partial support of his contention that another assassin was firing at Kennedy from [circled in orange crayon] the / grassy knoll, Josiah Thompson includes in his book, SIX SECONDS IN DALLAS, these two / photographs taken by a spectator. Taken seconds after the shot, they show a police officer / (arrow top) dismounting from his motorcycle and looking toward the stockade fence area and / a foot patrolman running in the same direction. In the lower photograph, motorcycle officer / Hargis (arrow) has climbed the grassy knoll in search of the gunman. Other spectators / scramble up the slope in the same direction. These photographs were published for the first / time in the Bernard Geis Associates book.; by unknown hand, lower center in orange crayon: file; on verso, by unknown hand, upper left in graphite: two images lending support to / "grassy knoll" shooter. Note people / running in that direction after / hearing shots; top right in graphite: 750; center in blue pencil underlined: John F. Kennedy [circled] / assassination; lower center stamped in purple ink: DEC28 1967
Jo Tartt, Jr., Warrenton, VA; NGA purchase, 2015.
Associated NamesTartt, Jo
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