Best JFK photo Web sites

Moments after JFK was shot, bystanders were still waving at him not knowing what happened. (Jack W. Daniel photo/Robin Unger gallery)

Robin Unger’s JFK Assassination Research Photo Galleries is the most extensive collection of still photos related to JFK’s trip to Dallas, his death and its immediate aftermath. The site includes many rare photos along with an interesting collection of newspaper front pages. JFK photo research starts here.

Randy Owen’s “JFK Assassination Photo Chronology” assembles all the known photography from the Dealey Plaza crime scene in a well-annotated second-by-second visual chronology, an invaluable tool for understanding the exact circumstances of the assassination.

The White House Photographs found on the JFK Library and Museum and Web site document the Kennedy presidency on almost daily basis from January 1961 through November 22, 1963 with behind-the-scenes imagery from his inauguration, the Cuban missile crisis, family life, and the final trip to Dallas.

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