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The torch is passed : the Associated Press story of the death of a president.

By: Associated Press.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: [Cleveland, Ohio : Plain Dealer, 1963]Description: 99 p. : ill., ports. ; 34 cm.Other title: Torch has passed.Subject(s): Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 | Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Assassination | Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Death and burial | Presidents -- United States -- AssassinationAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Torch is passed.DDC classification: 973.922
Contents:
Friday : November 22, 1963 -- Saturday : November 23, 1963 -- Sunday : November 24, 1963 -- Monday : November 25, 1963.
Summary: This chronicle of four days in November 1963 is written, not to revive shock and tears, but to remember. Thus, we write in the hope that those who come after us will find an insight and a wisdom and a workable moral out of these events which so far elude us who lived them." - Foreword.
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E806 .R43 Frankie in wonderland : E836 .E38 1986 V.1 Eisenhower at war, 1943-1945 / E841 .L4 Let us begin; E842.9 .A85 The torch is passed : E842.9 .U55 Four days; E842 .J6 1963 John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 1917-1963, and the Federal city he loved. E842 .S28 A tribute to John F. Kennedy,

Friday : November 22, 1963 -- Saturday : November 23, 1963 -- Sunday : November 24, 1963 -- Monday : November 25, 1963.

This chronicle of four days in November 1963 is written, not to revive shock and tears, but to remember. Thus, we write in the hope that those who come after us will find an insight and a wisdom and a workable moral out of these events which so far elude us who lived them." - Foreword.

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