April 19, 2013
Zapruder Camera

Dallas businessman Abraham Zapruder used this Bell & Howell 8 mm home movie camera to film President John F. Kennedy’s motorcade on Nov. 22, 1963. The FBI evidence tag is visible on the camera in this photo. Zapruder was the only eyewitness to capture the entire assassination on film. (Sarah Mercier/Newseum/Courtesy National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC)

Explore the Newseum's "JFK" Exhibits Online

If you're planning a visit to the Newseum to see our popular "JFK" exhibits, there are numerous places online where you can find more information and join the conversation about the exhibits.

Visit the "JFK" exhibit pages for special content, including an interactive multimedia timeline, "The Life of JFK," featuring exclusive photos and video.

Join more than 60,000 fans on Facebook for unique content about President Kennedy, including commemorations of landmark events of his presidency.

Follow us on Twitter and use #JFKNewseum to talk about the exhibits and share your remembrances of the Kennedys.

Visit our YouTube channel for original video content, including short features and interviews with reporters who covered the Kennedy presidency and assassination.

Share photos of your visit to the Newseum on Instagram and follow the Newseum for exclusive images from the exhibits.

Our new Pinterest board, "Remembering JFK," features photos of handwritten visitor memories of the day President Kennedy was shot.

Check out the "JFK at the Newseum" photoset on Flickr for an inside look at the artifacts and stories from the exhibits.

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