Fifty years ago today, the Sunday morning papers try to balance news of the nation’s grief with developments in the investigation into President Kennedy’s assassination. As the country mourns, police link suspect Lee Harvey Oswald to a rifle. President Johnson declares a day of mourning, and arrangements for Kennedy’s burial are announced.

It’s hard to believe that the president had been alive only 48 hours before.

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