across top printed in black ink: DALLAS--1963; crop marks upper left and upper right in orange crayon; on verso, by unknown hand, upper center in black ink underlined and circled in black ink: John F. Kennedy; upper center stamped in black ink: DAILY NEWS / JAN 30 1975; upper center in black ink underlined: Assassination; center printed in black ink on applied newspaper: Photograph of "three tramps" arrested in Dallas in 1963, which was released by Dick Gregory Thursday.; center printed in black ink on applied newspaper: Dick Gregory, comedian and / social activist, suggested / Thursday that two Central In- / telligence Agency agents in- / volved in Watergate may have / played a role in the assassina- / tion of President Kennedy in / 1963. / Gregory also suggested CIA- / sinvolvement [sic] i[n] the slaying of / sinvolvement [sic] in the slaying of / Sen. Robert F. Kennedy in / 1968. / Gregory and an associate, / Ralph Schoenman, raised / questions azbout[sic] both slayings / at a press conference in the / Continental Plaza Hotel. / Schoenman, of Pennigton, / N.J. described himself as / "creative associate" of the / late British philosopher Ber- / trand Russell. / AFTER THE press confer- / ence, they flew to Washington / to present theirinformation[sic] to / a presidential commission in- / vestigating the CIA, headed by / Vice President Newlson Rock- / efeller. / Gregory released large / blown-up photographs of / "three tramps" arrested in / Dallas near the scene of the / Kennedy assassination. / He also released blown-up / photos of Watergate break-in / participants E. Howard Hunt / and Frank Sturgis, former CIA / agents
Jo Tartt, Jr., Warrenton, VA; NGA purchase, 2015.
Associated NamesTartt, Jo
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