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Commuters leaving New York City read of John F. Kennedy's assassination, Nov. 22, 1963.

1963 ,New York Commuters read of John F. Kennedy's assassination, November This Carl Mydans photo did not appear in LIFE when the magazine published as a weekly, but has been printed in later books.

Jack & Jackie - mere moments...

Shortly after his acceptance of the Democratic Party endorsement for President: Senator (and future US President) John F. Kennedy and his wife, future First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, smile and wave from the back of an open-top car.

Senator Hotel, Atlantic City, 1948. Photographed by Nina Leen. Even back then modesty was out the door!

Senator Hotel, Atlantic City, 1948. Photographed by Nina Leen (La Poubelle)

In 1956, on the game show I've Got A Secret, host Garry Moore brought on 96-year-old Samuel Seymour. Here's his secret: He was sitting in Ford's theater the night Lincoln was shot. He was 5 years old and remembered John Wilkes Booth bounding from Lincoln's box onto the stage. Here he is on television, describing what he saw.

'Rasputin Was My Neighbor' And Other True Tales Of Time Travel

1956 Time Travel, on the game show I've Got A Secret, host Garry Moore brought on Samuel Seymour. Here's his secret: He was sitting in Ford's theater the night Lincoln was shot.

11.22.1963

"From Dallas, Texas, the flash - apparently official - President Kennedy died," CBS newsman Walter Cronkite told America. His emotional confirmation of Kennedy's death has became an unforgettable TV image. puts a huge pit in my stomach every time.

John John Kennedy saluting his father's coffin

November JFK funeral, John-John salutes as his father's coffin goes by.

This is a photo of John F. Kennedy Jr as he salutes the flag during his father's funeral.

November 1963 ~ John F Kennedy Jr Saluting His Father's Flagged Draped Coffin As It Goes By On His Birthday - Anybody Who Was Around Then - This Iconic Moment & Photograph Stays Burned In Your Memory Forever ~ He Gave His Father A Wonderful Send Off

John F Kennedy...

John F Kennedy...

The year 1903 - The building that gave Times Square, New York City its name. Credits: Detroit Publishing Company

1903 - NYC, New York: New York Times Building under construction in soon-to-be named Times Square. This is one of the neatest photos I have ever seen!

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