Newspaper, The Detroit News for November 29, 1963, Home and Garden Section, Assassination of President Kennedy

Summary

This Friday evening issue of The Detroit News -- exactly one week after President John F. Kennedy's death -- shows how newspapers reported the developing news of the assassination and the national government transition. Much of this Section D for "Home and Garden" is devoted to the tragedy. The last page has shocking photos of "How the President was Shot and Killed".

This Friday evening issue of The Detroit News -- exactly one week after President John F. Kennedy's death -- shows how newspapers reported the developing news of the assassination and the national government transition. Much of this Section D for "Home and Garden" is devoted to the tragedy. The last page has shocking photos of "How the President was Shot and Killed".

Material

Newsprint
Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Printing (Process)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 23.25 in  (NOT folded)

Width: 15.25 in

Inscriptions

Printed at top of page one: The Detroit News Home and Garden Section / When President Johnson Last Visited Detroit On back page: How the President was Shot and Killed

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