retouching across recto in white and grey paint; upper center and center left crop marks in black ink; on verso, by unknown hand, upper left in black pencil: 4 5/8" x 3"; upper center in graphite: Xl; upper center stamped in red in inverted: JUN 8 1975; center left stamped in red ink: SUNDAY / VIEWPOINT / THURSDAY MAKEUP; center left in black ink: 3 cols [crossed out in red pencil] / Sun [illegible]; center Associated Press copyright stamp in black ink; center printed in black ink: (DN1) DALLAS, TEX., MAY 30-- DID FIRST BULLET HIT BOTH?-- This picture, made / last Sunday during re-enactment of the assassination shows two unidenti- / fied FBI men sitting in car with markings on their clothing and diagram- / ed to indicate where bullet entered. In a Copyright story Television / Station KRLD-TV in Dallas said yesterday it had learned the Warren Comm- / ission's report on the assassination of President Kennedy [circled in blue ink] will show that / the first shot hit both the President and Texas Gov. John Connally, and / the third shot went wild. (AP Wirephoto) (ce161935mbr-KRLD-TV) 1964 (See / AP Wire Story) (COPYRIGHT [illegible]; center right stamped in red ink: JUN 1 1964; by unknown hand, lower left in graphite crossed out in red pencil: 3 [illegible] / 5/8; bottom center printed in black ink on applied red label: 63
Jo Tartt, Jr., Warrenton, VA; NGA purchase, 2015.
Associated NamesTartt, Jo
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