Black and White Photographs Available Online

Here is a link to some black and white photographs now available from the University of North TexasPortal to Texas History dealing with the Kennedy assassination from the Dallas Police Department.
Quoted from the most recent UNT Insider newsletter sent by UNT President Gretchen M. Bataille:
The photos were previously digitized in 1992 by Wang Laboratories in Lowell, Mass., after the Dallas City Council passed a resolution ordering the release all files, documents, papers, films, audio or any other evidence held by the Dallas Police Department or any city department or agency regarding the Kennedy assassination, Lee Harvey Oswald and Jack Ruby to the public and the media. The resolution, which also ordered that these materials be preserved, was largely in response to public interest following the December 1991 premiere of the film JFK.

  2 comments for “Black and White Photographs Available Online

  1. December 6, 2011 at 1:56 AM

    Thanks for passing along this information…it should prove most beneficial in my continuing research on the JFK assassination.

  2. December 6, 2011 at 2:25 AM

    You are so welcome, John! Sorry I had forgotten about this post earlier. I can spend hours looking at this cache of pictures.

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