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Historic Photo: JFK 2 minutes before assassination

2013-02-22 - Dallas, TX - Photo By Steve Mitchell, Larry Smith Collection. Larry Smith sent this rare photo, taken by fellow Green Countian Steve Mitchell two minutes before President John F. Kennedy was shot - 12:30pmCT, Friday, November 22, 1963, according to the Wikipedia entry Assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas, TX. Larry Smith, who has amassed one of the largest photo libraries in South Central Kentucky, said that he has a photo taken immediately after the assassination by Steve Mitchell, but thinks it would be far too graphic, for most handle. Larry Smith is Operations Manager, The Big Dawg, FM 99.9 Radio, in Campbellsville, KY. He was only one year old at the time of the assassinaton.
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