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The Assassination of President Kennedy: Jackdaw Special

£200.00

Product description

Blue card folder with gilt titles on the front, red banner across lower left corner and gilt presidential seal on the back. The black tape edgings on the sides are becoming detached, the left side particularly but the pocket is still intact. First UK Edition containing thirteen facsimile documents and five broadsheets. Contents are: a scale model of Dealey Plaza in coloured card, to enable the reader to plot the position of the President and his entourage, the leading witnesses, and the possible location of any assassin; 'Wanted For Treason' handbill; photograph of wounded Kennedy; summary of autopsy report; medical illustration of President Kennedy's neck wounds; F.B.I. eyewitness report of the autopsy (Sibbert-O'Neill Report); pathologists' illustration of President Kennedy's wounds; photographs of Kennedy's shirt (prepared for the Warren Commission but not used); partial transcript of Mrs. Kennedy's testimony before the Warren Commission; summary of Secret Service interview with Alonzo Hudkins; advertisement for Mannlicher-Carcano rifle; reproduction of alleged assassination rifle; unanswered questions: the problems presented by the evidence. The broadsheets, each a different colour, provide information on J.F.K., Dallas, The Assassination, The Warren Commission, and Jack Ruby, and the six-page folding contents leaflet contains further information, including a map of the relevant areas of Dallas and a short bibliography. In addition to the original contents there are also included: The Warren Commission Report, an analysis by Miriam Ottenberg (scarce 48 page booklet); Time Magazine February 14 1964 with a photograph of Marina Oswald on the front and a banner 'The Warren Commission: Probing Kennedy's Death'; Time Magazine October 2 1964 with a drawing of Lee Harvey Oswald on the front and a banner 'Warren Commission Report'. These two Time magazines are collectors items and enhance the value of this pack considerably. All contents are in very good or fine condition.

Item details

Added value:
Scarce; contains extra publications
Author(s):
Rand, Michael; Loxton, Howard; Deighton, Len
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1967
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Jackdaw

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Blue card folder with gilt titles on the front, red banner across lower left corner and gilt presidential seal on the back. The black tape edgings on the sides are becoming detached, the left side particularly but the pocket is still intact. First UK Edition containing thirteen facsimile documents and five broadsheets. Contents are: a scale model of Dealey Plaza in coloured card, to enable the reader to plot the position of the President and his entourage, the leading witnesses, and the possible location of any assassin; 'Wanted For Treason' handbill; photograph of wounded Kennedy; summary of autopsy report; medical illustration of President Kennedy's neck wounds; F.B.I. eyewitness report of the autopsy (Sibbert-O'Neill Report); pathologists' illustration of President Kennedy's wounds; photographs of Kennedy's shirt (prepared for the Warren Commission but not used); partial transcript of Mrs. Kennedy's testimony before the Warren Commission; summary of Secret Service interview with Alonzo Hudkins; advertisement for Mannlicher-Carcano rifle; reproduction of alleged assassination rifle; unanswered questions: the problems presented by the evidence. The broadsheets, each a different colour, provide information on J.F.K., Dallas, The Assassination, The Warren Commission, and Jack Ruby, and the six-page folding contents leaflet contains further information, including a map of the relevant areas of Dallas and a short bibliography. In addition to the original contents there are also included: The Warren Commission Report, an analysis by Miriam Ottenberg (scarce 48 page booklet); Time Magazine February 14 1964 with a photograph of Marina Oswald on the front and a banner 'The Warren Commission: Probing Kennedy's Death'; Time Magazine October 2 1964 with a drawing of Lee Harvey Oswald on the front and a banner 'Warren Commission Report'. These two Time magazines are collectors items and enhance the value of this pack considerably. All contents are in very good or fine condition.

Added value:
Scarce; contains extra publications
Author(s):
Rand, Michael; Loxton, Howard; Deighton, Len
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
1967
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Jackdaw

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