Kennedy assassination collection, 1963-1968.


Kennedy assassination collection, 1963-1968.

Kennedy assassination collection, 1963-1968.

Newspapers and magazines reporting on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and Robert F. Kennedy, including the Knickerbocker News, Albany, N.Y. (Nov. 22,1963); The Ithaca Journal (Nov. 22,23,25, 1963,June 5-6, 1968); The New York Times (Nov.23-25, 1963; Sept.28, 1964); the Schenectady Gazette (Nov. 25,1963); the New York Herald Tribune (Nov. 24,26,Dec. 1, 1963); the Schenectady Gazette (Nov. 26,1963); the Washington Evening Star (June 5-8, 1968) and the Washington Post (June 6-10, 1968). Also The New York Times Magazine (Dec. 1, 1963); Time Magazine (Nov. 29, 1963); The Reporter (Dec. 5 and 19, 1963); Look (JFK Memorial Book, Kennedy and His Family in Pictures, and Robert Kennedy Memorial Book); Newsweek (Nov. 28, Dec. 2,9, 1963 and June 17, 1968); The New Yorker (Nov. 30, 1963); Saturday Evening Post (Dec. 14, 1963); Life Magazine (Nov. 29, Dec. 6, 13,1963, Oct. 2, 1964 and two special editions); U.S. World and News Report (Dec. 2, 1963); The Torch is Passed produced by the Associated Press; a memorial booklet produced by the Washington Star and a book produced.

9 items and .6 cubic ft.

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