On November 22, 1963, America’s 35th President, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, was fatally shot as he and his wife traveled by presidential motorcade in Dallas, Texas. JFK’s assassination has been investigated, conspiracy theorized, and written about in countless books. This year marks the 50th anniversary of that fateful day in Dallas, and recently news agencies have been all a buzz with new information, digitized transcripts, and never-before-seen images we can devour on this tragic moment in American history.
For the last few weeks, there have been stories shared with us about that fateful day, and what people were doing when they heard the news. Where were you when you heard about JFK’s assassination? Share your story with us and others as we remember this horrible day in American history.
Fintel Library has a few items on display in the front lobby to pay tribute to our fallen President. Come by and see some photos and take a moment to pay your respect to one of our fallen leaders.