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Governor John Connally's suit
Title: Governor John Connally's suit
Description: Suit, made of lightweight, black, closely woven fabric. Jacket is three-buttoned, single-breasted. Size 42 tall. Holes in the clothing, presumably from the entry / exit of a bullet(s). Long-sleeved, French-cuffed, white dress shirt, size 16-35.
Description: Historical Note: Suit worn by Governor John Connally when President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963.
Description: Related Collection: John F. Kennedy assassination scrapbook collection at the Texas State Archives. See TSLAC accession 1999/165 for photographs of Governor Connally's suit and shirt taken by the National Archives and Records Administration.
Citation information: ATF0080, Artifacts collection. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
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