Esquire, June 1974. (Edward Kennedy; Gerald Ford; John Connally; George Wallace; Nelson Rockefeller; Henry Jackson)

Esquire, June 1974. (Edward Kennedy; Gerald Ford; John Connally; George Wallace; Nelson Rockefeller; Henry Jackson)

LBJ  	 . Bonus Video  	. American Experience . WGBH  | PBS Johnson's War

LBJ . Bonus Video . American Experience . WGBH | PBS Johnson's War

For the fourth year in a row, trainer Mike Maker saddled the winner of the  John B. Connally Turf Cup Stakes (G3T) at Sam Houston Race Park as Bigger Picture crossed the wire 1 1/2 lengths in front.

For the fourth year in a row, trainer Mike Maker saddled the winner of the John B. Connally Turf Cup Stakes (G3T) at Sam Houston Race Park as Bigger Picture crossed the wire 1 1/2 lengths in front.

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U.S. Texas Governor John Connally (foreground) and President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy ride in the limousine as they depart Love Field Airport.  Date Photographed:November 23, 1963 // Dallas Morning News

U.S. Texas Governor John Connally (foreground) and President John F. Kennedy and Jackie Kennedy ride in the limousine as they depart Love Field Airport. Date Photographed:November 23, 1963 // Dallas Morning News

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The real thing: President Kennedy smiles in the sun as he rides from the Dallas airport into the city with his wife and Texas Governor John Connally in a photo taken moments before he was shot 1963

The real thing: President Kennedy smiles in the sun as he rides from the Dallas airport into the city with his wife and Texas Governor John Connally in a photo taken moments before he was shot 1963

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"It was a car full of yellow roses, red roses and blood, and it was all over us," Texas first lady Nellie Connally recalled about the presidential limousine years after the assassination. Her husband, Gov. John Connally, was seriously wounded in the attack.

"It was a car full of yellow roses, red roses and blood, and it was all over us," Texas first lady Nellie Connally recalled about the presidential limousine years after the assassination. Her husband, Gov. John Connally, was seriously wounded in the attack.

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President John F. Kennedy portrait photograph, taken in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. July 11, 1963.

President John F. Kennedy portrait photograph, taken in the Oval Office, White House, Washington, D.C. July 11, 1963.

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