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The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza I.D. Tag Necklace

A pair of I.D. tags hang from a 36" ball chain, featuring our name, logo and address.
A great keepsake, the chain can be easily altered to keychain length too!

$3.95 3 charm keyring

A collectible keyring featuring 3 charms;
our logo tag, The Sixth Floor Museum building and the Texas State Flag.
Overall measuring just less than 4" in length, the charms and keyring are substantial but not bulkiy or oversized.

Zapruder + Stolley DVD Zapruder + Stolley: Witness to an Assassination DVD

Zapruder and Stolley: Witness to an Assassination
A Roger Sherman Film

Victura; The Kennedys, A Sailboat and the Sea

The Kennedys believed that Jack's experience sailing Victura helped him survive the sinking of his PT boat during WWII.  The images of Jack and Jackie on Victura's bow in the late 1950's helped define the winning Kennedy brand.  Author and sailor James W. Graham explores the lasting influence that sailing had on JFK  and the Kennedy siblings. He refers to his book as a true tale of how one 25-foot sailboat taught the Kennedys about life, family, leadership and winning.

The Kennedy Years: A Memoir

Published for the fiftieth anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy and replete with many never-before-seen photographs, this posthumous memoir draws on previously unpublished oral histories, gallery talks, and speeches by Jacques Lowe, JFK’s official photographer.  Lowe had unprecedented access to the President’s family and inner circle. Fifty years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, it is finally possible to publish Lowe’s own, never-before-revealed account of his experiences during the Camelot years, supplemented with previously unseen material from his private files and the Kennedy Archives. Lowe captures the charisma of Kennedy relaxing at home with Jackie and daughter Caroline, engaging with the public on the campaign trail, at work in the White House, and as a leader on the world stage. Lowe’s 40,000 negatives of the Kennedy years were stored in the vaults of the World Trade Center. After 9/11—which came just months after Lowe’s death—it was learned that this priceless collection had been reduced to ashes, leaving Lowe’s original contact sheets as the only record of a most remarkable era.