Fiftieth Anniversary Of President Kennedy's Assassination
(John F. Kennedy Library)
The events of November 22, 1963, changed America. An eyewitness account of what happened in Dallas after John F. Kennedy’s assassination, what we know about the investigation and why it continues to stir debate today.
former reporter, Dallas Morning News. He's the author of "November 22, 1963: Witness to History," about his coverage of the Kennedy assassination and its aftermath.
professor of journalism at the University of Texas, Austin, co-author with Steven L. Davis of, "Dallas 1963" (October 2013)
former journalist and author of "Marina and Lee: The Tormented Love and Fatal Obsession Behind Lee Harvey Oswald's Assassination of John F. Kennedy."
former journalist with "the New York Times and author of "A Cruel and Shocking Act: The Secret History of The Kennedy Assassination."
Condolence Letters To Jackie Kennedy
More than 1.5 million condolence letters and telegrams from around the world poured in to the White House after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Kennedy administration assistants separated certain "VIP" messages addressed to his widow from individuals such as Martin Luther King, Jr., Duke Ellington and Nikita Khruschchev. View a selection of the sympathy messages, including the reply card first lady Jacqueline Kennedy sent to each condolence letter she received. Click "full screen" to view the letters in detail.