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AR8255-1S. President John F. Kennedy's Casket Arrives at Capitol Building

AR8255-1S
AR8255-1S. President John F. Kennedy's Casket Arrives at Capitol Building
24 November 1963
The casket of President John F. Kennedy arrives at the Capitol Building, following a funeral procession from the White House; the flag-draped casket is borne by a horse-drawn caisson with honor guard attending. Jacqueline Kennedy stands at right with her children, Caroline Kennedy and John F. Kennedy, Jr., and Attorney General, Robert F. Kennedy. Standing behind Mrs. Kennedy: President Lyndon B. Johnson, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, Steve Smith, Jean Kennedy Smith, and Patricia Kennedy Lawford. Riderless horse, Black Jack (led by Private First Class Arthur A. Carlson), stands in center. Honor guard pallbearers prepare to move casket, including: Lance Corporal Jerry J. Diamond (USMC), Yeoman George A. Barnum (USCG), Lieutenant Samuel R. Bird (U.S. Army), Seaman Hubert Clark (USN), Sergeant James L. Felder (U.S. Army), Lance Corporal Timothy F. Cheek (USMC), Sergeant Richard E. Gaudreau (USAF), Seaman Larry B. Smith (USN), and Corporal Douglas A. Mayfield (U.S. Army). Washington, D.C.
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Abbie Rowe. White House Photographs. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston
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