Overlapping images 36-37 from Negative Strip 6: Love Field of President Kennedy greeting the crowd along the fence

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Overlapping images 36-37 from Negative Strip 6: Love Field of President Kennedy greeting the crowd along the fence

Original 35mm black and white negative taken by a Dallas Times Herald staff photographer. These images depict President Kennedy greeting the crowd at Love Field on the morning of November 22, 1963. The images on this negative strip were taken by a Dallas Times Herald staff photographer. There were three photographers at Love Field that day: John Mazziotta, Bob Jackson and Eamon Kennedy. John Mazziotta appears in some of the pictures on this strip so the photographer must have been either Kennedy or Jackson. The negative is on Kodak Tri-X Pan Film. These images are labeled #36-37 on section 2 of negative strip 6.The old TMS record for the images on this negative strip attributed the photographs to Bob Jackson. Based on research conducted by collections intern Mark Davies in June and July 2012, curatorial and collections staff concluded that this attribution cannot be proven. There were three DTH photographers assigned to Love Field that morning - Eamon Kennedy, Bob Jackson and John Mazziotta. Since John Mazziotta appears in some of the images, the attribution was changed to indicate that the photographs were taken by either Eamon Kennedy or Bob Jackson. (LR, 8/1/12)The Kennedys greeting the crowd at Love Field

Object Details
Object title:

Overlapping images 36-37 from Negative Strip 6: Love Field of President Kennedy greeting the crowd along the fence

Date:

11/22/1963

Medium:

Film

Dimensions:

15/16 x 3 1/2 in. (2.4 x 8.9 cm)

Credit line:

Dallas Times Herald Collection/The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Object number:

1989.100.0006.0002

Overlapping images 36-37 from Negative Strip 6: Love Field of President Kennedy greeting the crowd along the fence