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Tag Archives: Lee Harvey Oswald
Before the wrecking crew tore it down, I got a chance to see 602-604 Elsbeth, Dallas, Texas. This run down apartment north of the Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff was the former residence to Lee Harvey Oswald and his … Continue reading
Mr. Holga found the final resting place for The Dallas Morning News staff photographer Ira J. Beers, Jr., who photographed Jack Ruby shooting Lee Harvey Oswald, but did not win the Pulitzer Prize. Continue reading
I have culled through some of the images from my Kennedy Assassination Tour Summer 2012 I took using my Nikon D7000. I like these shots, but I am really looking forward to seeing the film developed and scanned. I’ll be dropping off film on Monday, so I won’t start scanning until next weekend. Until then, I hope you enjoy some of these images. Continue reading
I will be updating this page with notes from my Kennedy Assassination Tour Summer 2012. The content will be in order of newest to oldest updates. I will also update Facebook, Twitter and Instagram along the way. Cheers. Continue reading
I located Texas School Book Depository (TSBD) worker Billy Nolan Lovelady (1937-79) in the Van Alstyne Cemetery. Lovelady witnessed the assassination of President John F. Kennedy from the steps of the TSBD. He was photographed by several people who were filming the president as the motorcade proceeded down Elm Street. Continue reading