Four former Dallas Times Herald photojournalists to recount their memories of the weekend President Kennedy was assassinated
Four young photographers working for the daily newspaper Dallas Times Herald in 1963 were assigned to the team tasked with capturing the President’s much-anticipated visit to Dallas. In what would quickly evolve into one of the most significant news stories in the world, these men photographed the events of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination over the course of an unforgettable weekend. Now, the photographers will reunite to share their firsthand accounts from behind the camera lens.
Join us on Tuesday, November 18, at 7 p.m. for an extraordinary conversation with these four photojournalists: William Allen, Darryl Heikes, Bob Jackson and Eamon Kennedy, as they recount to award-winning broadcast news producer John Sparks their unique memories.
Tickets are $25 per person and include parking adjacent to the Museum. Reception to follow. Advance tickets are recommended and may be purchased online at www.jfk.org.
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