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No More Silence Credit: Larry Sneed

Altgens Quote: (Re - the Altgen's 6 photo)

I got a phone call, it was on a Sunday, and this man identified himself as Lovelady.

the very guy that's pictured in that particular picture.

Lovelady called me, and he was telling me that he would like to have a print of the picture

that showed him on the step of the School Book Depository

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No More Silence Credit: Larry Sneed

Altgens Quote: (Re - the Altgen's 6 photo)

I got a phone call, it was on a Sunday, and this man identified himself as Lovelady.

the very guy that's pictured in that particular picture.

Lovelady called me, and he was telling me that he would like to have a print of the picture

that showed him on the step of the School Book Depository

Altgens-_no_more_silence.jpg

Altgens-_no_more_silence_2.jpg

Robin, I hope you send this information to people like Wrone and Fetzer over at the "Innocence Project". Of course, they'll come up with some "explanation." DSL
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Altgens style of camera, with 105mm lense attached.

similar to the one he used to take Altgens 6 & 7

Altgens Contact Sheet Credit: John Woods

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Wonderful summation. This thread should be indexed with the images permanently in place.

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scan of the original AP wire photo, which is the first one they sent out after Altgens’ roll of film was processed. Note that it is labeled DN1. That means it came from the Dallas Morning News office of the AP. cel stood for caption writer Carl E. Linde, the 6 signified the sixth day of the week (Friday) and 12:55 was the time the image went out to ALL AP subscribers around the world. Next, stf-jwa stands for AP staff photographer James W. Altgens and 1963 is the year it was sent


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