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(Dallas: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(Dallas: Bob McNamara) Two photographers, Jack Beers of the “Dallas Morning News” and Bob Jackson of the “Dallas Times-Herald,” who captured the shooting of Lee Harvey Oswald after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, featured; footage shown; Beers’ and Jackson’s photos shown. [Beers’ daughter Darlene BEERS-WILLIAMS- comments on her father’s feelings about his picture and not winning the Pulitzer Prize.] [JACKSON – comments on his picture, which won the Pulitzer Prize.]
- Rather, Dan;
- McNamara, Bob
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