1) The Kennedy’s receive an enthusiastic welcome in downtown Dallas. The man riding on the rear of the limousine is Secret Service agent Clint Hill. (Dallas Times Herald Collection/The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza) Friday, November 22, 1963
2) Nov. 22, 1963: President John F. Kennedy is slumped in the backseat of this car immediately after being shot in Dallas.
His bodyguard Hill climbs towards Mrs Kennedy, who he says stood up in the car to reach for husband’s head
3) The Rifle used in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Tex., in this Nov. 22, 1963 file photo.
4) Lyndon Baines Johnson is sworn in as the 36th President of the United States on board the presdential airplane after the assassination of President John F Kennedy. Lady Byrd Johnson is behind him (left) and the grief-stricken Jackie Kennedy (right).
5) Jacqueline Kennedy, flanked by Robert F. Kennedy While President’s body is being shifted to Navy ambulance to be transported to Bethesda Naval Hospital for an autopsy. (Agence France-Presse via Getty Images)
6) Still wearing the dress and stockings spattered by her husband’s blood earlier that day, Jacqueline Kennedy reaches for the door of the ambulance. The late president’s brother, Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, is at her right.Several times, people suggested Jacqueline might like to change out of these clothes.
“No,” she told them. “Let them see what they have done.”
(Photo by Wally McNamee/The Washington Post)
7) President Kennedy’s body lies in state in the East Room of the White House early on Nov. 23. It was guarded by servicemen from each branch of the military. (Abbie Rowe/National Park Service/JFK Library)
8) Lee Harvey Oswald who shoot U.S. President John F. Kennedy.
9) Millions were watching on live television when, suddenly, a man pulled a gun said, “You killed my president,” and shot Lee Harvey Oswald inside Dallas police headquarters. At left is Detective Jim A. Leavelle. (Bob Jackson/Dallas Times-Herald via Associated Press) The man who shot Lee Harvey was nightclub owner . Oswald was taken by ambulance to Parkland Memorial, where he died at 1:07 Central time in Trauma Room 2. Medical staff hadn’t wanted to put him in Trauma Room 1. That’s where they had attended to President Kennedy 48 hours before.
10) Jacqueline Kennedy, flanked by Robert F. Kennedy, left, and Edward M. Kennedy, right, follows behind the casket of her late husband as it moves towards Arlington National Cemetery for burial. (Wally McNamee/The Washington Post)