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(Bill Winfrey)

January 15, 2009

Bill Winfrey Collection
Bill Winfrey, a longtime photography for the Dallas Morning News, was heavily involved in covering the events of the (JFK) assassination weekend and later the Jack Ruby trial. His collection, acquired by the Museum in 2004 and 2007, includes almost 800 images encompassing subjects such as Major General Edwin Walker in 1962, Ambassador Adlai Stevenson in Dallas, President Kennedy's chair at the Dallas Trade Mart, the assassination aftermath in Dealey Plaza, Lee Harvey Oswald in police custody, Jack Ruby in police custody, the Jack Ruby trial, John and Nellie Connally at Dallas Love Field in 1964, Marina Oswald departing for her Warren Commission appearances in 1964, and numerous other events and individuals as recent as the Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District designation ceremonies in 1993. The collection also includes numerous artifacts and documents related to Winfrey's work.


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