An Associated Press photograph collage of five images relating to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy: John and Jackie Kennedy riding in the limo prior to the shooting; the car speeding off with a Secret Serviceman on the back; Lee Harvey Oswald talking to the press; Jackie and Robert F. Kennedy holding hands following the flight home; and LBJ being sworn in on the plane. LBJ was a political maverick and keenly aware of images. He knew that Mrs. Kennedy’s presence next to him during his swearing in was very important to his being seen as the president.
This black and white photograph collage, measuring 6 ½ x 8, n.p., dated December 7, 1963. Stamped on verso. PSA Slabbed and Graded Type III, measuring 9.75" x 13.75" overall.
Images may appear a little blurry due to the container, but they are very clear and represent a fine complete set of images of one of the most historic tragedies of the 20th century.
With minor edge and corner wear. Small pin holes at the corners and uneven toning on verso. Very good.
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